California Assembly Bill 1499 (2012)

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California Assembly Bill 1499 (2012)
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Legislature:California State Legislature
Text:As Chaptered
Sponsor(s):Committee on Budget
Legislative History
Introduced:January 10, 2012
State house:June 27, 2012
Vote (lower house):Y 50, N 24
State senate:June 27, 2012
Vote (upper house):Y 24, N 15
Governor:Jerry Brown
Signed:June 27, 2012
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing the initiative
process in California
California Assembly Bill 1499 is a 2012 California law that alters the appearance of ballot items so that all proposed constitutional amendments and bond measures, whether proposed by the legislative referrals or by citizen initiatives, appear near the top of statewide ballots.[1]

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