About the Session Laws Library: This Session Law Library offers the state session laws of all 50 U.S. states. A session law is a law that is published in an annual or other periodic volume that presents laws enacted during a particular session or sitting of the legislature in the order in which they were passed. ...
Session laws at the federal level are designated public laws or private laws and are published in Statutes at Large. Session laws at the state level are published in volumes printed by the state or by a private legal publisher.
This Session Law Library offers the state session laws of all 50 U.S. states as well as the federal laws of Australia and Canada from approximately 2000 to present.
Future releases in HeinOnline will include new session laws as published, as well as expanded coverage of historical session laws prior to 2000.
"U.S. STATES" Collection. Law Library Microform Consortium Digital (LLMC) -- "LLMC, a non-profit cooperative of libraries, is dedicated to – and passionate about – its twin goals: 1) Preserving legal titles and government documents, and 2) Making this valuable content accessible and searchable."
California Statutes are the Chaptered Bills. A bill is "chaptered" by the Secretary of State after it has passed through both houses of the Legislature and has been signed by the Governor or becomes law without the Governor's signature. Statutes are available starting from 1993.
"The California Codes are 29 legal codes enacted by the California State Legislature, which together form the general statutory law of California..." California Codes, Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Codes
"Welcome to the online California Code of Regulations (CCR). This website is maintained by West under contract with the State of California Office of Administrative Law to provide free public access to the full text of the CCR."
"The online California Code of Regulations (CCR) website is maintained by West under contract with the State of California Office of Administrative Law to provide free public access to the full text of the CCR..."
"The Office of Administrative Law (OAL) ensures that agency regulations are clear, necessary, legally valid, and available to the public. OAL is responsible for reviewing administrative regulations proposed by over 200 state agencies for compliance with the standards set forth in California's Administrative Procedure Act (APA), for transmitting these regulations to the Secretary of State and for publishing regulations in the California Code of Regulations."