Concurrence

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Concurrence in California

Legislative Meaning of Concurrence

One house approving a bill as amended in the opposite house. If the author is unwilling to move the bill as amended by the other house, the author requests “nonconcurrence” in the bill and asks for the formation of a conference committee. See more about California legislative definitions (including Concurrence).

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Concurrence and the Legislative Process

Approval by the House of origin to changes made to a bill while it was in the second House (e.g., Assembly approval of Senate amendments to an Assembly bill). If concurrence is denied, the bill is eligible to be sent to a two-house conference committee (see conference committee).

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