California State Agencies The individual agency websites are also a good place to check for new and proposed regulations.
Every board and department lists proposed regulations, the subject of the proposed regulation, the CCR title and sections affected, the statutes being implemented, contact names and telephone numbers, and projected dates for notices, hearings, and adoption.
The CCR is updated weekly through the publication of the CCR Supplement (Register).
The Office of the Governor maintains an official web site with information about the Governor's duties, responsibilities and programs.
Some of the Governors duties and responsibilities include the following: The Lieutenant Governor is also elected to a four year term, and his service cannot exceed two terms in office.
No Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Controller, Secretary of State, or Treasurer may serve in the same office for more than 2 terms. The departments listed below play an important role in the daily operations of the state of California: California Secretary of State The Chief Elections Officer of the State of California is an elected official who can serve no more that two four-year terms.
The duties and responsibilities of the Secretary of State include the following: The California Office of Administrative Law oversees the regulatory process by "ensur[ing] that state agency regulations are authorized by statute and are consistent with other law." The Office of Administrative Law also publishes a document entitled "How to Participate in the Rulemaking Process" that provides citizens with information on the processes and procedures involved in rulemaking.
This guide will help you locate those agency decisions.
The Office of Administrative Law (OAL) publishes three primary regulatory publications for California: (1) the California Code of Regulations (CCR); (2) the California Code of Regulations Supplement (CCR Supplement); and (3) the California Regulatory Notice Register (Notice Register).
Thomson Reuters maintins this publicly available database so it is best searched using Westlaw terms and connectors.
The subject index is the place to look if you do not have a citation to a regulation. The default view is to browse but you can search it as well.
Managed Health Care Current California regulations are officially compiled in the print Barclays California Code of Regulations (CCR) (KFC35 . Barclay's publishes a Master Index to the current CCR. One volume contains statute to regulation tables; the second volume contains a subject index.
The Governor of California heads the executive branch of the state's government.
Materials in this file include summaries of proposed, adopted, withdrawn and emergency regulations, open meetings information, and other information from Boards, Commissions, Departments or Offices.