California Senate Bill SB7
An act to add Section 1782 to the Labor Code
see text of bill SB7
California Senate Bill SB 7 relating to public works, prohibits a charter city from receiving or using state funding or financial assistance for a construction project if the city has a voter-approved charter provision or ordinance that authorizes a contractor to not comply with state prevailing wage requirements on local construction projects funded by (non-state) city funds. SB 7 was heard in the Assembly Local Government Committee on June 26.
There are 121 Charter Cities in California that will be affected by California Senate Bill SB7
Adelanto, Alameda, Albany, Alhambra, Anaheim, Arcadia, Bakersfield, Bell, Berkeley, Big Bear, Lake Buena Park, Burbank, Carlsbad, Cerritos, Chico, Chula Vista, Compton, Culver City, Cypress, Del Mar, Desert Hot Springs, Dinuba, Downey, El Cajon, El Centro, Eureka, Exeter, Folsom, Fortuna, Fresno, Gilroy, Glendale, Grass Valley, Hayward, Huntington Beach, Indian Wells, Industry, Inglewood, Irvine, Irwindale, King City, Kingsburg, Lancaster, La Quinta, Lemoore, Lindsay, Loma Linda, Long Beach, Los Alamitos, Los Angeles, Marina, Marysville, Merced, Modesto, Monterey, Mountain View, Napa, Needles, Newport Beach, Norco, Oakland, Oceanside, Oroville, Pacific Grove, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Palmdale, Palo Alto, Pasadena, Petaluma, Piedmont, Placentia, Pomona, Port Hueneme, Porterville, Rancho Mirage, Redondo Beach, Redwood City, Richmond, Riverside, Roseville, Sacramento, Salinas, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Leandro, San Luis Obispo, San Marcos, San Mateo,San Rafael, San Ramon, Sand City, Santa Ana, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Santa Maria, Santa Monica, Santa Rosa, Santee, Seal Beach, Shafter, Signal Hill, Solvang, Stockton, Sunnyvale, Temple City, Torrance, Truckee, Tulare, Vallejo, Ventura, Vernon, Victorville, Visalia, Vista, Watsonville, Whittier, Woodlake,
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