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Summary of legislation, 1987-88 legislative session

California. Legislature. Assembly. Committee on Finance and Insurance (1982- )

Summary of legislation, 1987-88 legislative session

by California. Legislature. Assembly. Committee on Finance and Insurance (1982- )

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Published by The Committee, Copies from Joint Publications Office in Sacramento, CA .
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  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Banking law -- California.,
    • Finance -- Law and legislation -- California.,
    • Insurance law -- California.,
    • Bills, Legislative -- California.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCalifornia Legislature, Assembly Committee on Finance and Insurance.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFC250 .A25 1988
      The Physical Object
      Pagination49 p. ;
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1814181M
      LC Control Number89620279

        The Reproductive Health Act, which repeals and replaces Illinois’ current abortion law, was a source of controversy this session, but it ultimately gained approval from both houses after. The Regular Legislative Session convened on Monday, March 9, Final Adjournment on Monday, June 1, The Organizational Session convened on Monday, Janu Final Adjournment on Monday, Janu Guidelines for Visiting the Capitol Bill Search First Extraordinary Session Information Citator Index to Acts.

      Summary of Legislation Legislative Session By Assembly Committee on Transportation Topics: Legislation.   This book is available by clicking here. Earlier versions are also available. Session Overview. This document is produced by the House Research Staff at the close of the legislative session. It summarizes some of the most significant legislation passed during the session.

      The Legislative Summary, commonly referred to as the Spiel in the Senate and the Book in the House of Representatives, is published annually at the end of each regular legislative session by the research staff of each respective chamber. It contains descriptions of all legislation approved by the Legislature, including enacted and vetoed bills. The Texas Legislature meets regularly every 2 years (on odd-numbered years). At the end of a regular legislative session, hundreds of passed bills are sent to the governor for approval. Due to the very large number of bills and the wide variety of topics they cover, it can be difficult to get an understanding of all the new laws that were passed.


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