New California Laws for 2020

California will ring in 2020 with hundreds of new state laws addressing a range of issues including monthly limits on gun purchases, more protections against high-interest loans, increased pay for low-wage jobs and the end of touring circus shows featuring exotic animals.

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed almost 1,200 new laws this year, though not all of them take effect Jan. 1. Taken as a whole, the list embodies the uniquely Californian approach to governing. Most reflect the largely liberal viewpoint of the Legislature and its Democratic majority.

Click here to read more from the L.A. Times about new California laws in these categories:

  • Guns
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • On the Job
  • Housing
  • Criminal Justice
  • Privacy
  • Environment and Wildlife
  • Politics

Comments

  1. The last thing California needs is 1200 new laws – how the hell do you come up with 1200 new laws? Soon Gavin Newsom will make a law stating that every year you will have to be weighed and they will calculate how much air you breathe and you will be taxed on that! Next he will make a law to take all sober drivers off the road so drunk drivers don’t kill them. Does this sound familiar?

    The federal government needs to come in to California and erase 90% of the laws here and rewrite them based on the constitution and commonsense. I don’t understand how Californians let these politicians just erase their rights.

    California politicians are a danger to our national security, our constitution, and every free thinking person in the country.

  2. I agree, California is full of sheep, just look at how Newsom was elected!

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