(a) The commission may recommend, develop, prepare, or coordinate materials, projects, or other activities, as appropriate, relating to any subject within its jurisdiction.
(b) The commission shall provide, within its resources, information regarding any of the following:
(1) Preventing or minimizing problems of compliance by California businesses by providing educational services, including outreach efforts, and by preparing and hosting on its Internet Web site a Guide to Compliance with State Laws and Regulations Regarding Disability Access Requirements.
(2) Recommending programs to enable persons with disabilities to obtain full and equal access to public facilities.
(3) Providing information as requested by the Legislature on disability access issues and compliance.
(Amended by Stats. 2012, Ch. 383, Sec. 16.)