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Government Documents: California
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The California Legislature provides information on committee hearings and calendar of floor events. Search bills and legal material, including California Law updates and reports required by statute to be prepared and filed by state and local agencies with the Legislature or Governor.
The Judicial Council of California provides online access to Judicial Branch Legislative Priorities, active legislation, status charts, annual summaries, bills affecting appellate courts, and legislative policy summaries.
Full text of bills, resolutions, and constitutional amendments, and their status, history, votes, analyses, and veto messages are available. Search by the session, House of origin, keywords and/or author name(s). Index also available.
Online access to California State Legislative publications including Daily File, Legislative Index, Table of Sections Affected, Statutory Record, Senate Daily Journal, Assembly Daily Journal, and Agency Reports.
The California Code of Regulations (CCR), is the official compilation and publication of the regulations adopted, amended or repealed by state agencies pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act.
Climate change requires Californians to move beyond temporary emergency drought measures and adopt permanent changes to use water more wisely and prepare for more frequent and persistent periods of limited water supply.
This board allocates water rights, adjudicates water right disputes, develops statewide water protection plans, and establishes water quality standards. Click on "Water Issues" for documents, programs, and hot topics.
The LAO presents a series of analyses from the beginning to the end of the budget process on overarching fiscal issues as well as specific departmental budget proposals and offered its recommendations for legislative action.
Cabinet-level agency oversees seven major departments dealing with benefit administration, enforcement of labor laws, appellate functions related to employee benefits, workforce development, tax collection, economic development activities.
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