While some aspects of drafting bills and amendments in California are certainly generic in nature to all types of legislative bill drafting, there are several unique aspects that are a part of bill drafting in the state of California. In general, those individuals drafting bills and amendments should keep in mind

Over the weekend Professor Leslie Gielow Jacobs – Director, Capital Center for Law & Policy – appeared on KCRA 3 News to discuss the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Her comments from the story are below.

On what to expect from the Appeals Court hearing the decision holding the Affordable Care Act

Court Cases Related to California’s Legislative Process (transcript)

Today’s post is an overview of specified court cases related to California’s legislative process.

As you can imagine, there are a number California Appellate Court decisions that related to the legislative process. These cases deal with a number of separate and distinct issues. While I

How To Research California Legislative History and Legislative Intent

Today’s podcast is about getting a better understanding of California legislative history and intent research. Of course, many law review articles and books have been written on legislative history and intent. This podcast covers the subject in a summary fashion.

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