Environmental Health Legislation Database
The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) tracks environmental health legislation, sorting the introduced, adopted, and enacted bills by state, year, and topic. This resource is essential for anyone looking to identify state-level environmental health policy. [url; NCSL]

Example: Housing Standards: Mold (CA Code)  
This newly enacted California law (SB655, 2016) indicates that violation of mold provisions in California code is a misdemeanor punishable by fine or up to one year in the county jail. [url; FindHOALaw]

How Mold Is Addressed in the I-Codes
The International Code Council details how their codes address minimum requirements for mold prevention and remediation. [url, pdf; International Code Council].

Mold Provisions in State Codes 
This list of recent laws and policy strategies adopted by states to address mold and mold remediation includes references to AR code related to LIHTC, NY, and DC laws establishing licensing and certification requirements for mold professionals, and landlord disclosure and remediation of mold. Note that it is not limited to residential properties alone. [url; Environmental Law Institute, 2015]