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Ski Helmets, Cell Phones and Smoking: Governor Brown Acts On Many Bills



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(Sacramento, CA)
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
One would have increased the penalties for Californians who text or talk on a hand-held phone while driving.  Another would have required kids under 18 to wear helmets while skiing or snowboarding the state's slopes.  A third was intended to curb protests at military funerals.  Additionally, the Governor vetoed a measure that would have required paid signature gatherers to wear buttons identifying the fact that they weren't working for free.   Brown also signed a number of bills, including one that allows apartment landlords to ban smoking in their buildings.  He also signed legislation that requires all U-C, C-S-U and community college auxiliaries and foundations to comply with state public records law.  
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