Legislative Alerts

Major Bills Being Debated in Sacramento that Impact Commercial Real Estate

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Major Bills Being Debated in Sacramento that Impact Commercial Real Estate

California Business Properties Association (CBPA) is the voice of commercial real estate in California. As this year’s legislative sessions wind down, CBPA is actively working on the following bills. Please note CBPA’s position letters on each of the bills.

Please be sure to contact NAIOP Inland Empire, Robert Evans or CBPA Senior Vice President of Governmental Affairs Matthew Hargrove  and let us know if you are hearing anything about these bills and/or if you have any questions, comments, or would like additional information.

SB 32 and AB 197 – Greenhouse Gas Bills.  Doubles GHG targets by 2030 and expands authority of regulatory bodies to regulate industry through command-and-control mandates; will increase energy costs for electricity and transportation fuels. CLICK FOR CBPA’s POSITION LETTER SB 32 AND AB 197.

SB 1387 – Attempts to make changes to SCAQMD board composition to give Sacramento legislators more influence on a local board. CLICK HERE FOR CBPA’s POSITION LETTER.

AB 718 – HOMELESS ADVOCATE BILL. Prohibits local agencies from enforcing ordinances that prohibit the people from sleeping or resting in a parked motor vehicle (including in your parking lots).  CLICK HERE FOR CBPA’s POSITION LETTER.