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Political Reform Act of 1974; Definitions   

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"Legislative action" means the drafting, introduction, consideration, modification, enactment or defeat of any bill, resolution, amendment, report, nomination or other matter by the Legislature or by either house or any committee, subcommittee, joint or select committee thereof, or by a member or employee of the Legislature acting in his official capacity. "Legislative action" also means the action of the Governor in approving or vetoing any bill.

(Added by Proposition 9, 1974)