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  • Rice Identity Preservation
    • Emergency Regulation The Department of Food and Agriculture (Department), Marketing Branch and the Rice Certification Act Committee, proposed an emergency regulation and amendment to existing regulations which amended sections 2850-2856 of the Rice Identity Preservation regulation and adopted section 2852.5 under the Code of California Regulations, Title 3, Division 4, Chapter 2, Subchapter 5. It was approved and filed with the Secretary of State, with an effective Date of March 13, 2017.

      On November 7, 2017, OAL approved a readoption of the Emergency Regulations which was in effect until February 5, 2018 (unless an additional extension is approved). During this 180-day period, CDFA completed the regular rulemaking process which made these emergency regulations permanent.

      Date emergency regulation was submitted to OAL: 3/3/2017
      Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
      Date filed with Secretary of State: 3/13/2017
      Effective Date: 3/13/2017
    • Date first readoption was submitted to OAL: 10/30/2017
      Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
      Date filed with Secretary of State: 11/7/2017
      Effective Date: 11/7/2017
  • Certificate of Compliance

    The Department of Food and Agriculture (Department), Marketing Branch resubmitted their Certificate of Compliance to the Office of Administrative Law on November 7, 2017 and was approved and filed with the Secretary of State on January 25, 2018.

    • Date Certificate of Compliance was submitted to OAL: 9/6/2017
      Date Certificate of Compliance was withdrawn from OAL for amendments: 10/18/2017
      Office of Administrative Law’s Decision: Approved
      Date Filed with Secretary of State: 1/25/2018
      Effective Date: 1/25/2018

Fairs and Expositions

  • AB 1499 regulations:

    The Proposed Regulation will create a new chapter (Chapter 3) under Division 7, Title 3 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR). This addition to the CCR is to specify the procedures for fairs to qualify, apply, and ensure eligibility for funds available for specified purposes from sales and use tax revenue generated at state-designated fairs; they will also allow the Department to ensure compliance with the requirements put in place by the enabling statutes (2018: AB 1499 and AB 635).

    CA Code of Regulations
    Title 3. Food and Agriculture
    Division 7. Fairs and Expositions
    Chapter 3. Revenue Generated from Sales and Use Tax at State-Designated Fairs
    Article 1. Allocation Procedures


  • For Existing Regulations:

    CA Code of Regulations
    Title 3. Food and Agriculture
    Division 7. Fairs and Expositions
    Chapter 1. Fair Improvement Allocation Procedures

    CA Code of Regulations
    Title 3. Food and Agriculture
    Division 7. Fairs and Expositions
    Chapter 2. Revenue Generating Contracts