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Conflict in California

Conflict and the Legislative Process

During a calendar year, when two or more bills amend the same code section, they are said to be in conflict. Technical amendments must be taken to each bill prior to its approval by the Legislature in order to ensure that all changes proposed by the enacted bills take effect (see chaptering out, double jointing).

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  • Legislative Power
  • Legislative Branch
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  • Executive Branch
  • Legislative Function

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