California State Assembly Journals 1983 - 84 Session

Title Vol. # Page #'s Date
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 1 1 – 1971 Dec. 6, 82 – April 12, 83
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 2 1973 – 3860 April 13, 83 – May 12, 83
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 3 3861 – 5833 May 16, 83 – June 16, 83
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 4 5835 – 7817 June 20, 83 – Aug. 15, 83
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 5 7819 – 9780 Aug. 16, 83 – Oct. 3, 83
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 6 9781 – 11746 Jan. 3, 84 – March 15, 84
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 7 11747 – 13686 March 19, 84 – April 23, 84
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 8 13687 – 15641 April 24, 84 – May 23, 84
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 9 15643 – 17590 May 24, 84 – June 28, 84
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 10 17591 – 19474 July 2, 84 – Aug. 23, 84
Journal of the Assembly – Regular Session 11 19475 – 21002 Aug. 27, 84 – Nov. 30, 84
Journal of the Assembly – First Extraordinary Session 12 1 – 619 Dec. 6, 82 – Aug. 19, 83
Journal of the Assembly – Index to First Extraordinary Session 12 621 – 643 Dec. 6, 82 – Aug. 19, 83
Assembly Committee Roll Calls – First Extraordinary Session 12 1 – 14 Dec. 6, 82 – July 19, 83
Journal of the Assembly – Second Extraordinary Session 12 1 – 32 Jan. 19, 84 – Feb. 17, 84
Journal of the Assembly – Index to Second Extraordinary Session 12 1 – 41 Jan. 19, 84 – Feb. 17, 84
Journal of the Assembly – Index to Regular Session 13 1 – 606 Dec. 6, 82 – Nov. 30, 84
Assembly Committee Roll Calls – Regular Session 14 1 – 958 Dec. 6, 82 – Nov. 30, 84

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