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The Legislature Will Have Sent 1,037 Bills in 2019 Legislative Session to Governor Newsom

The bill mill churns with pending legislation

By California Globe Staff, September 18, 2019 7:15 am

California Globe contributor Chris Micheli shares with us the latest status and count of bills still left:

As of Tuesday, September 17:

Senate Bills

There are 187 bills in the enrollment process.

There are 48 on his Desk.

For 235 total SBs pending Gov action

Assembly Bills

There are 328 bills in the enrollment process.

There are 177 on his Desk.

For 505 total ABs pending Gov action

Total of 515 bills in enrollment and 225 bills on his desk, for a total of 740 measures to be acted upon by the October 13 deadline

Bills already acted upon

Governor Newsom has acted on 297 bills so far, signing 291 and vetoing 6

Of the signed measures, 183 are ABs and 108 are SBs

Of the vetoed measures, 5 are ABs and 1 is an SB

The Legislature will have sent 1,037 bills in the 2019 Legislative Session to the Governor

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