2 edition of Preliminary report to the 1957 session of the California Legislature found in the catalog.
Preliminary report to the 1957 session of the California Legislature
California. Legislature. Senate. Committee on Labor.
Part 2 has title: Report to the California Legislature (1957 session)
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Full text of "The Journal of the Senate during the session of the Legislature of the State of California" See other formats. Special session of the Legislature, called by Governor Goodwin J. Knight, creates a single State Department of Water Resources. It replaces the State Engineer's Office, the Water Project Authority, the State Water Resources Board, and the Division of Water Resources of the Department of Public Works.
This report to the California Legislature provides an overview of health issues associated with indoor mold exposure and discusses the feasibility of adopting permissible exposure limits (PELs) for indoor molds. The report also indicates the implementation status of other tasks assigned to . California State Legislature and California State University. This report is the ninth in a series of televised Town Hall Meetings from the State Capitol in Sacramento, and was broadcast live via cable by the California Channel. The purpose of these meetings is to provide a forum in which California high school.
54th session ()- Note Issued in 2 or more vols. Related Items Cumulation of the Senate daily journal. Continues California. Legislature. Senate. Journal of the Senate during the session of the Legislature of the State of California. In the California Legislature, with the goal of making all state publications freely available to Governor’s budget, Final change book, Economic report of the governor). 4. Basic legislative reference works (e.g., Senate final history, Assembly final history.
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