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ACA 2

  • California Assembly Constitutional Amendment
  • 2003-2004, 5th Special Session
  • Introduced in Assembly Nov 20, 2003
  • Assembly
  • Senate
  • Governor

A resolution to propose to the people of the State of California an amendment to the Constitution of the State, by amending Section 12 of Article IV thereof, by repealing and adding Article XIIIB thereof, and by amending Section 8.5 of Article XVI thereof, relating to state expenditures.

Bill Subjects

State Expenditures.

Abstract

Bill Sponsors (11)

Campbell

Author

Bogh

Coauthor

La Suer

Coauthor

Maze

Coauthor

Plescia

Coauthor

Spitzer

Coauthor

Margett

Coauthor

John J Benoit

  • Republican
Coauthor

Robert Dutton

  • Republican
Coauthor

Steve Knight

  • Republican
Coauthor

Doug La Malfa

  • Republican
Coauthor

Votes


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Actions


Nov 30, 2004

Assembly

From committee without further action.

Dec 05, 2003

Assembly

Read first time.

Dec 04, 2003

Assembly

Referred to Standing Committee on Budget and E.,R. & C.A.

  • Referral-Committee
Standing Committee on Budget and E.,R. & C.A.

Nov 21, 2003

Assembly

From printer.

Nov 20, 2003

Assembly

Introduced. To print.

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
ACA2 HTML
11/20/03 - Introduced PDF

Related Documents

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