How a bill becomes a law in California

One newspaper’s take on how many bills become laws in California includes significant lobbyist involvement and the piece is here.

A Mercury News analysis found that in 2007-08, the most recent complete two-year legislative session, more than 1,800 bills — about 39 percent — were sponsored by outside interests. Those sponsored bills constituted 60 percent of the legislation actually passed into law.

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