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CA State Assemblyman Kevin Mullin 2021 Legislation
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– will establish/create a rebuttable presumption within the Workers
Compensation system that skin cancer among Fish and Wildlife Officers
and Park Rangers is associated with excessive exposure to the sun
during their employment, removing unnecessary barriers for these
employees to qualify for workers compensation benefits.
– is a consumer protection bill that strengthens an individuals’
ability to understand prior to purchasing a hearing-aid if it contains
proprietary software and cannot be repaired/adjusted at a different
retailer than where it was originally purchased. This legislation does
not prohibit the use of proprietary hearing aid software, but ensures
the consumer is notified in writing of the existing parameters.
– Allows local government entities greater access to Enhanced
Infrastructure Financing District (EIFD) funding in order to provide
additional capital investments for affordable housing, homeless
shelters and services along with small business assistance.
– Aligns the timeline by which county voter information guides are
required to be mailed out with that of vote by mail ballots so both
ballots and the information guides arrive at a similar time and voters
have access to the information in the guide.
– Would require the Department of Developmental Services to establish
an administrative pilot program to better track and measure outcomes
and quality of services authorized by regional centers and provided
through a vendor to consumers in order to continually improve the
– Seeks to encourage and support regional climate adaptation planning
that builds upon and enhances local adaptation actions to reduce
climate risk, foster collaboration among local, regional, and state
entities on adaptation solutions, and develop guidance for potential
state, federal, or private investment in funding regional priority
adaptation projects across the state.
- Would establish a grant program to provide funding to interested
community colleges for establishing a biosciences incubator on their
campus through a public/private partnership.
– Would give California’s four independent Park Districts public
nuisance abatement authority to efficiently and effectively address the
multitude of public nuisances that they confront regularly.
– Would add “preservation of affordable housing units” to HCD’s list of
“pro-housing local policies” that entitle jurisdictions to priority
access for state housing funds. AB 1029 is urgency legislation.
AB 1137 –
Seeks to identify opportunities to expanded automatic voter
registration in California by requiring the Secretary of State’s office
to conduct a study on existing programs and infrastructure for current
efforts and identify other state agencies that have the capacity of
incorporate automatic voter registration programs into their existing
AB 1374 – Would
allow the Department of Motor Vehicles, in consultation with Donate
Life California, to revise the questions regarding enrollment in the
Organ and Tissue Donor Registry on the application for a driver’s
license or identification card so they better reflect current best
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