2022 Legislation

AB 1811 – Delta Plan
This bill replaces every reference of “the Bay Delta Conservation Plan” in California’s Water Code to “a multispecies conservation plan.”

AB 1958 – The Community College Student Access, Retention, and Debt Cancellation Program
This bill creates the Community College Student Access, Retention, and Debt Cancellation Program. It would enable the Chancellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges to support the colleges’ efforts in increasing retention rates and enrollment, specifically by discharging student debt or unpaid balances owed to the colleges.

AB 1964 – California State University and California Community Colleges: Ethnic Studies
This bill requires the Chancellors of the California Community Colleges and California State University to issue – by the 2025-26 academic year – at least one “course identification descriptor number” in four areas of Ethnic Studies. Further, it would set the minimum standards for Ethnic Studies community college courses.  

AB 2003 – Career Pathways for Essential Workers
This bill assists essential workers in their career pursuits by directing the California Workforce Development Board to develop model career pathways for essential workers.

AB 2158 – Ethics Training
This bill requires members of the governing boards of school districts and county offices of education, and members of the governing bodies of charter schools to receive training in ethics once every two years. The requirement would apply to members who are in service as of January 1, 2025 and whose term of office continues through January 1, 2026.  

AB 2255 – The Affordable Broadband Service Program for California Dreamers
This bill creates the Affordable Broadband Service Program for California Dreamers. This program – which would be developed and administered by the Student Aid Commission – would provide affordable broadband service to Dreamers.

AB 2743 – Proposition 65
This bill requires a private enforcer of Proposition 65 to provide factual information to alleged violators of the law’s violations, as part of the required 60 day notice, before filing a complaint.

AB 2917 – Disability Access
This bill requires attorneys to report information on litigation that alleges website accessibility violations to the California Commission on Disability Access. The bill also requires the Commission to prepare educational information on website accessibility standards.