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Article IV Section 9 California Constitution – Legislative

Article IV Section 9 California Constitution

Below is the content of Article IV Section 9 of the California Constitution 

A statute shall embrace but one subject, which shall be expressed in its title. If a statute embraces a subject not expressed in its title, only the part not expressed is void. A statute may not be amended by reference to its title. A section of a statute may not be amended unless the section is re-enacted as amended.


See also: Article IV Section 8.9 California Constitution

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