Constitution of the State of California 1879

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  • Preamble
  • Constitution of the State of California 1879
  • Article II. Voting, Initiative and Referendum, and Recall
  • Article III. State of California
  • Article IV. Legislative
  • Article V. Executive
  • Article VI. Judicial
  • Article VII. Public Officers and Employees
  • Article IX. Education
  • Article X. Water
  • Article XA. Water Resources Development
  • Article XB. Marine Resources Protection Act of 1990
  • Article XI. Local Government
  • Article XII. Public Utilities
  • Article XIII. Taxation
  • Article XIIIA. Tax Limitation
  • Article XIIIB. Government Spending Limitation
  • Article XIIIC. Voter Approval for Local Tax Levies
  • Article XIIID. Assessment and Property Related Fee Reform
  • Article XIV. Labor Relations
  • Article XV. Usury
  • Article XVI. Public Finance
  • Article XVIII. Amending and Revising the Constitution
  • Article XIX. Motor Vehicle Revenues
  • Article XIXA. Loans from the Public Transportation Account or Local Transportation Funds
  • Article XIXB. Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Tax Revenues and Transportation Improvement Funding
  • Article XIXC. Determination of Unlawful Taking or Diversion of Revenues from Specified Funds
  • Article XIXD. Vehicle License Fee Revenues for Tansportation Purposes
  • Article XX. Miscellaneous Subjects
  • Article XXI. Redistricting of Senate, Assembly, Congressional and Board of Equalization Districts
  • Article XXII. Government Contracts for Architectural and Engineering Services
  • Article XXXIV. Public Housing Project Law
  • Article XXXV. Medical Research

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