C.A.R. Legislative Update

One of C.A.R.’s priorities has been to increase the allocation of funds in the state budget to homeownership. Last week, the Legislature released the Join Legislative Budget Proposal which proposes to make a substantial investment in new affordable home construction,...

Cal/OSHA Revision to COVID-19 Prevention ETS

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (“Cal/OSHA”) has made revisions to its COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (“ETS”). The new revisions have been incorporated into the document and are effective from May 6, 2022 – December 31,...

C.A.R. Lobbies for Housing In Sacramento

Fresh off a successful Legislative Day, C.A.R. continues to advocate for housing and homeownership in Sacramento. C.A.R. is sponsoring several bills that will advance homewonership, such as AB 2170 (Grayson) Codification of GSE “First Look” Program. This bill will...

C.A.R. Legislative Update

Last Thursday, the Assembly and Senate Appropriations Committees met to determine which bills on the Appropriation Suspense File will move out of committee and be eligible for a vote on the Floor. All bills that are in the Assembly and have an annual cost to the...

Legislative Update

Last week, AB 2245 (Ramos), C.A.R.’s sponsored bill, passed out of the Assembly Judiciary Committee on consent, with no “No” Votes. AB 2245 expands upon a C.A.R. sponsored bill from last year that enacted the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act (UPHPA) in...