California Statutes


California Statutes

California Statutes are chaptered bills within the state. A bill is "chaptered" by the Secretary of State once it passes through both houses of the California State Legislature and has either been signed by the Governor or has becomes law without the Governor's signature.

See also

* California Law

External links

* [http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/statute.html California Statute search]


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