For the next six weeks, I will still be a resident of this place, and when I leave, after having lived here for 20 years, I will never look back. This "dime a dozen", "...California hate" you refer to is not unfounded or "...uninformed...". The rest of the country SHOULD be looking at California as a way to NOT be doing just about everything, and this piece of legislation is another example; housing costs, homelessness, hyper-regulation, high taxation - and few other issues I won't name here so as to stay on the right side of the comment policy - are actually sinking this place. This move by the legislature is emblematic of the root cause of many of these symptoms, and if you see that as "hate", I'm sorry, but that's on you.
From just yesterday: https://wolfstreet.com/2019/06/24/california-panics-about-losing-businesses-people-to-texas/ . Still want to stand by that position?
I for one will be glad to show this state my backside. Good luck to anyone who is left to deal with what remains of it. The term is "bagholders".