Governor Vetoes AB 437, AB 2279, AB 2918, AB 3062, AB 3063

Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed several employment law bills:

AB 437 - would have stated the Legislature's intent to reject the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Ledbetter v. Goodyear, regarding the statute of limitations in discrimination cases.

AB 2279 - would have required employers to accommodate the use of medical marijuana.

AB 2918 - would have outlawed most credit checks except in narrow and specified circumstances.

AB 3062 - would have expanded the Labor Code's protection of employees whose wages are garnished.

AB 3063 - would have codified more limits on pre-employment inquiries regarding criminal convictions.