Assembly bills to go into effect in the new year

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Some new laws will be going into effect as California enters the new year — despite the backlash for some in question.

The laws were signed by Governor Gavin Newsom throughout the year and will go into effect January 1st.

These include: Assembly Bills 1482, covering rent control protections for structures 15 years and older, Assembly Bill 104 which enables California to become the first state to allow health care for immigrants and low-income adults, and most notably Assembly Bill 5, which requires independent contractors to be considered employees of a company and sparked many protests countywide.

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