Two more Eggman bills signed by governor
SACRAMENTO – Gov. Jerry Brown today signed two more bills authored by Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman.
The first Eggman bill signed by the governor on Monday was AB 748, which modifies the judgment interest rate charged against public entities in tax- and fee-related claims, a potentially significant savings to local governments and the state. The other was AB 865, a reform of fees charged under the Yacht and Ship Brokers Act, and supported by the recreational boating and marina community.
They were the fifth and sixth of Eggman's bills to be chaptered; three more are on the governor's desk.
Earlier Eggman bills signed into law include AB 372, which guarantees every qualified veteran a place on the hiring list for open, non-promotional civil service position, and AB 1195, which protects the access of undocumented residents who have been victims of crime to their crime reports.