CACM stays up-to-date on legislative actions affecting the industry. Here, industry professionals and consumers can access information about pending bills and their progress through the legislature. You can also access a legislative year-end summary of the Governor’s decisions, as well as background information about how a bill becomes a law.
Note that changes occur frequently and quickly to bills while the Legislature is in session.
Fall Forum Synopsis
CACM's 2016 Fall Regional Forums focused primarily on new legislation and recent case law affecting the community management industry. View the handout here.
CACM works hard to stay connected to the latest happenings in Sacramento. CACM's Bill Tracking Report reviews and prioritizes current bills impacting the California CID industry, including CACM's position on each bill.
Check back regularly, as this information is updated frequently to keep pace with the Legislature.
Governor’s Action Report
Each year California's Governor has to sign or veto proposed legislation, typically by September 30. CACM's Governor's Action Report, updated at the end of the legislative session, details the Governor's decisions on the most important bills affecting the California CID industry.
If you have a concept or idea you would like us to pursue related to currect or upcoming legislative issues affecting the community management industry, please submit it here.
How a Bill Becomes a Law
In order to better understand the legislative process, it is important to have a clear picture of how each newly introduced bill becomes a law. This is a step-by-step guide designed to illustrate the path a bill takes from its introduction to the final approval or veto by the governor.