Law Soup California
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From new statewide rent control, to new limits on police use of deadly force, to an increase in minimum wage, to a new requirement to have health insurance, and so much more, Californians will see some major changes and updates to the laws in 2020.
New California Consumer Privacy Law: Have you seen the new links on websites saying “Do Not Sell My Personal Information”? It’s all because of the new California Consumer Privacy Act. Learn all about it here.
Gig Economy: Lawmakers have passed a new law reclassifying many “freelancers” as employees instead. This is AB5, also known as the “gig worker bill.” See more at our new post What’s the Deal with the New Gig Worker Law (AB5)?.
Renter Rights: California has now become the 2nd state (after Oregon) to pass statewide rent control. But many cities already have rent control, even stronger than the new state law. What does it all this mean for your rent?
Check out our updated Guide to Rent Control in California.
Animal Rights: As of September 2019, there is now a ban on fur trapping for animal pelts in California. However, it is generally not illegal to sell fur in California, except for in a few cities. But the state may soon pass a law to change this. See more at our Guide to Animal Rights in California.
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