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Assembly:
The California State Assembly has 80 Members elected to two-year terms. Under the provisions of term limits, each Member elected on or after the passage of Proposition 28, in 2012, may serve a lifetime maximum of 12 years in the State Legislature. Assembly Members who were first elected to the State Legislature on or after the passage of Proposition 28 may serve 12 years in the Assembly, or a combination of service in the Assembly and Senate as long as the combined terms do not exceed 12 years. However, Members elected to the State Assembly prior to the passage of Proposition 28 may serve a maximum of three two-year terms established by the passage of Proposition 140, in 1990.

Assembly Members have both Capitol and district offices. Members' addresses and telephone numbers are available on the Assembly Member Roster.

Assembly Members are assigned to various committees to review bills according to a subject area. The Assembly Committee Roster lists membership and contact information by committee.

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Senate:
The California State Senate has 40 Members elected to four-year terms. Like Assembly Members, State Senators elected on or after the passage of Proposition 28, in 2012, may serve a lifetime maximum of 12 years in the State Legislature. Also, like Assembly Members, Senators who were first elected to the State Legislature on or after the passage of Proposition 28 may serve 12 years in the Senate, or a combination of service in the Assembly and Senate as long as the combined terms do not exceed 12 years. Senators elected to the State Legislature prior to the passage of Proposition 28 are bound by two four-year terms in the State Senate and three two-year terms in the State Assembly established by the passage of Proposition 140, in 1990.

Each Senators' addresses and telephone numbers are available on the Senate Member Roster.

Senators are assigned to various committees to review bills and policies according to subject area. The Senate Committee Roster lists membership and contact information by committee.

 

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