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July 12, 1986| Jerry Gillam | Times staff writer

Governor Will hold a press conference in Los Angeles on Monday to focus attention on the dangers of drug abuse. Accompanying him will be athletes and coaches from the Rams, Raiders, Lakers, Clippers, USC and UCLA.

Assembly Floor Action:

Employee Drug Testing: Passed and sent to the governor on a 41-18 vote a bill (AB 4242) by Assemblyman Johan Klehs (D-San Leandro) to require employers who demand that workers submit to drug or alcohol tests to use state-licensed laboratories to determine the results.

Dry Cleaners: Passed and sent to the governor on a 67-3 vote a bill (AB 183) by Assemblyman Ross Johnson (R-La Habra) to abolish the state Board of Dry Cleaning and Fabric Care.

Senate Floor Action:

AIDS: Passed and sent to the governor on 23-8 vote a bill (AB 3667) by Assemblyman Art Agnos (D-San Francisco) to classify AIDS victims as physically handicapped to protect them from discrimination in employment and housing.

Drunken Boat Operators: Passed and sent to the governor on a 34-0 vote a bill (SB 1494) by Sen. John Seymour (R-Anaheim) to establish a blood alcohol level of .10% as the intoxication level for boat operators--the same level that applies to automobile drivers. It also would provide similar criminal penalties for violations.

Airports: Passed and returned to the Assembly for concurrence in amendments on a 24-6 vote a bill (AB 1801) by Assemblyman Richard Robinson (D-Garden Grove) to limit neighboring residents' ability to sue airports over jet noise.

Insurance: Passed and returned to the Assembly for concurrence in amendments on a 22-7 vote a bill (AB 1487) by Assemblyman Richard Robinson (D-Garden Grove) expressing legislative support of anti-rebate laws that prevent insurance agents from reducing their commissions to try to make sales at a lower price than their competitors.

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