LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE AMENDMENT. Amends the Chiropractic Act to require annual renewal of chiropractic licenses during a licensee's month of birth rather than on January 1 of each year. Increases penalties for unlawful practice of chiropractic and violation of the Chiropractic Act. Minimum fine is increased from $50 to $100. Maximum fine is increased from $250 to $750. Possible imprisonment increased from a minimum of 30 days and maximum of 90 days to a maximum of six months without specification of a minimum. Summary of Legislative Analyst's estimate of net state and local government fiscal impact: State Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund would incur minor one-time costs in 1990-91 to modify automated license renewal system. Increased fines for violation of Chiropractic Act would result in additional revenues to state and local governments.
Legislative Vote Results
Final Vote Cast by the Legislature on SB 2751 (Proposition 113) Assembly -- Ayes, 77; Noes, 0 -- Senate -- Ayes, 37; Noes, 0
Popular Vote Results
Y: 3897974; A: 81.84; N: 864835; B: 18.16
Herschel Rosenthal, State Senator, 22nd District
Practice Of Chiropractic. Legislative Initiative Amendment California Proposition 113 (1990).