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Guidebook For Implementation Of Senate Bill 1610 And Senate Bill 221 Of 2001 To Assist Water Suppliers, Cities, And Counties In Integrating Water And Land Use Planning, California Department Of Water Resources Oct 2003

Guidebook For Implementation Of Senate Bill 1610 And Senate Bill 221 Of 2001 To Assist Water Suppliers, Cities, And Counties In Integrating Water And Land Use Planning, California Department Of Water Resources

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Senate Bills 610 (Chapter 643, Statutes of 2001) and Senate Bill 221 (Chapter 642, Statutes of 2001) amended state law, effective January 1, 2002, to improve the link between information on water supply availability and certain land use decisions made by cities and counties. SB 610 and SB 221 are companion measures which seek to promote more collaborative planning between local water suppliers and cities and counties. Both statutes require detailed information regarding water availability to be provided to the city and county decision-makers prior to approval of specified large development projects. Both statutes also require this detailed information be ...


Anti-Reproductive-Rights Crimes In California, 2003, California Department Of Justice Jan 2003

Anti-Reproductive-Rights Crimes In California, 2003, California Department Of Justice

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Senate Bill 780, effective January 1, 2002, enacted two new laws: the California Freedom of Access to Clinic and Church Entrances (or California FACE) Act, and the Reproductive Rights Law Enforcement Act. The Reproductive Rights Law Enforcement Act added sections 13775 through 13779 to the California Penal Code requiring the Attorney General to collect and analyze information relating to anti-reproductive-rights crimes and submit a report to the Legislature. This publication is the result of that mandate.

An "anti-reproductive-rights crime" is defined in section 13776 (a) of the California Penal Code as "a crime committed partly or wholly because the victim ...