Headlines  |  Bills  |  The Nooner  |  Code/Laws  |  ElectionTrack $$$   |  Elections  |  About   |  Contact Scott |  
OR: Create Account  Log In

Get Scott's free daily lunchtime California Capitol news update, THE NOONER:
   

Donate to Scott's coffee fund.

Follow This Bill


Warning: mysql_fetch_assoc() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in /home/capitol/public_html/billtrack/class.emailbills.inc on line 10
Get free e-mail updates on
Current number of followers of :


No Spam Privacy Policy


Spread the Word

Email this bill to a friend


Bump this page in Google:

Join the Community

Comments or questions on AB 1437?




join the cool folks
and advertise on aroundthecapitol.com

california legislation > AB 1437

help
Log in using Facebook (upper right) or create a free account to track bills.

Warning: mysql_fetch_array() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in /home/capitol/public_html/classes/class.bill.inc on line 793
()


Comment on () via Facebook
Comment on () via Disqus
Bill Text
  • Latest version: 01/04/12 - Introduced
    Bill Location

  • Last Action:
  • :

  • Votes
  • 04/26/12 - Asm Rules: 4-4 (FAIL)

  • Bill Analysis
  • 04/25/12 - Rules
  • Top Headlines

    1. Activists Reveal More Dark-money Donors To Campaigns Against Unions And Schools-funding Tax
    2. UC Spent $158,000 On Campaign To Counter Critical State Audit | The Sacramento Bee
    3. California Voters Will Be Asked This November To Change The Rules For Passing Bills In The Legislature
    4. Republicans Release Benghazi Report But Find No New Evidence Against Hillary Clinton
    5. Jerry Brown signs $122 billion state budget without a single veto
    6. California Lawmakers Approve $2 Billion For Homeless Housing | The Sacramento Bee
    7. Airbnb Sues San Francisco — Its Hometown — To Block New Rental Law
    8. Sisters Become Doctors, Lawyers After Childhood Of Farm Labor | Fresno Bee
    9. Gov. Jerry Brown And Lawmakers Announce Major Reorganization Of California's Energy Regulating Agency
    10. California Has A Lot More Water Than Some Think, New Stanford Study Suggests
    Comments