California Constitution

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Constitution of California
sourced from the State of California's official constitution website: "State Constitution - Table of Contents".


PREAMBLE
ARTICLE I    DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
ARTICLE II    VOTING, INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM, AND RECALL
ARTICLE III    STATE OF CALIFORNIA
ARTICLE IV    LEGISLATIVE
ARTICLE V    EXECUTIVE
ARTICLE VI    JUDICIAL
ARTICLE VII    PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
there is no ARTICLE VIII
ARTICLE IX    EDUCATION
ARTICLE X    WATER
ARTICLE X A    WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
ARTICLE X B    MARINE RESOURCES PROTECTION ACT OF 1990
ARTICLE XI    LOCAL GOVERNMENT
ARTICLE XII    PUBLIC UTILITIES
ARTICLE XIII    TAXATION
ARTICLE XIII A    TAX LIMITATION
ARTICLE XIII B    GOVERNMENT SPENDING LIMITATION
ARTICLE XIII C    VOTER APPROVAL FOR LOCAL TAX LEVIES
ARTICLE XIII D    ASSESSMENT AND PROPERTY-RELATED FEE REFORM
ARTICLE XIV    LABOR RELATIONS
ARTICLE XV    USURY
ARTICLE XVI    PUBLIC FINANCE
there is no ARTICLE XVII
ARTICLE XVIII    AMENDING AND REVISING THE CONSTITUTION
ARTICLE XIX    MOTOR VEHICLE REVENUES
ARTICLE XIX A    LOANS FROM THE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT OR LOCAL TRANSPORTATION FUNDS
ARTICLE XIX B    MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL SALES TAX REVENUES AND TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT FUNDING
ARTICLE XX    MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS
ARTICLE XXI    REDISTRICTING OF SENATE, ASSEMBLY, CONGRESSIONAL AND BOARD OF EQUALIZATION DISTRICTS
ARTICLE XXII    ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES
there are no ARTICLES XXIII - XXXIII
ARTICLE XXXIV    PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECT LAW
ARTICLE XXXV    MEDICAL RESEARCH


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