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Assembly Bill 3363 (Lockyer 1978)

Chapter 1247, Statutes of 1978

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As enacted in 1978, Assembly Bill 3363 added section 7110.5 to the Business and Professions Code, amended Labor Code section 226, and added section 98.9 to the Labor Code.  (See Exhibit #1d)  Assembly member Bill Lockyer introduced Assembly Bill 3363 on March 29, 1978 at the request of the Department of Industrial Relations.  (See Exhibits #1a and #5, document PE-2)

 

Assembly Bill 3363 was assigned to the Assembly Committee on Labor, Employment and Consumer Affairs and the Senate Committee on Industrial Relations where policy issues raised by the bill were considered.  (See Exhibit #2)  While in the Senate the Senate Committee on Finance examined the only fiscal implications to the bill.  (See Exhibit #2)

 

Two amendments were made to Assembly Bill 3363, on August 7 and August 25, 1978, while it was before the Senate and the Assembly made no amendments to the bill. (See Exhibits #1b, #1c, and #2)  Subsequent to legislative approval, Governor Edward G. Brown, Jr., signed the bill on September 26, 1978, and it was recorded by the Secretary of State the following day as Chapter 1247 of the Statutes of 1978.  (See Exhibits #1d and #2)

 

The Senate Republican Caucus analysis of Assembly Bill 3363 as last amended described this measure as follows:

 

Requires the Labor Commissioner to notify the registrar of the Contractors State License Board when a licensed Contractor has been engaged in a willful or deliberate violation of the Labor Code, within the jurisdiction of the commissioner, and would require the registrar to initiate formal disciplinary action against the licensor within 30 days of notification.  Also requires employer’s addresses to be included in the information at the time of payment of wages.

(See Exhibit #4)