A. California Cities Have Enacted a Wide Range of Anti-Homeless Laws California is rife with anti-homeless laws. In California’s 58 most populous cities, we found 592 laws restricting and criminalizing the four categories of activity listed above, or an average of more than 10 laws per city.
“Click It or Ticket” debuted in California in 2005, and since then the state’s seat belt use rate has increased from 92.5% in 2005 to 95.9% in 2018. The cost of an adult seat belt violation in California is $162, and a $490 fine for not properly restraining a child under 16. If the parent is not in the car, the driver gets the ticket.