Historical Information

 

Budget Bill Passage History Table

Year Bill No. Date Passed Assembly
(& Vote)
Date Passed Senate
(& Vote)
Date Signed Chapter
Number
1967
A.B. 303
June 29 (64-15)
June 29 (31-8)
June 30
500
1968
S.B. 240
June 28 (55-20)
June 27 (33-4)
June 29
430
1969
S.B 255
July 3 (58-19)
July 3 (31-5)
July 3
355
1970
A.B. 525
July 2 (62-15)
July 4 (27-9)
July 4
303
1971
S.B. 207
July 2 (54-26)
July 2 (36-2)
July 3
266
1972
S.B. 50
June 15 (72-4)
June 15 (31-2)
June 22
156
1973
A.B. 110
June 28 (69-3)
June 28 (34-6)
June 30
129
1974
S.B. 1525
June 28 (67-7)
June 28 (27-4)
June 30
375
1975
S.B. 199
June 26 (67-11)
June 17 (32-5)
July 1
176
1976
S.B. 1410
July 1 (60-16)
June 24 (27-8)
July 2
320
1977
A.B. 184
June 24 (60-17)
June 24 (30-9)
June 30
219
1978
A.B. 2190
July 5 (70-10)
July 5 (27-10)
July 6
359
1979
S.B. 1901
July 12 (56-23)
July 11 (27-12)
July 13
259
1980
A.B. 2020
July 10 (55-24)
July 16 (27-13)
July 16
510
1981
S.B. 110
June 15 (54-26)
June 15 (35-4)
June 28
99
1982
A.B. 21
June 25 (54-24)
June 25 (28-8)
June 30
326
1983
S.B. 123
July 19 (65-10)
July 19 (35-2)
July 21
324
1984
A.B. 2313
June 14 (55-24)
June 15 (33-6)
June 27
258
1985
S.B. 150
June 13 (54-26)
June 13 (33-6)
June 28
111
1986
A.B. 3217
June 12 (57-20)
June 12 (36-3)
June 25
186
1987
S.B. 152
July 1 (68-10)
June 23 (29-8)
July 7
135
1988
A.B. 224
June 30 (58-20)
June 30 (34-2)
July 8
313
1989
S.B. 165
June 28 (75-4)
June 29 (34-3)
July 7
93
1990
S.B. 899
July 27 (55-14)
July 28 (28-9)
July 31
467
1991
A.B. 2222
June 20 (54-23)
June 15 (27-8)
July 16
118
1992
A.B. 979
Aug. 29 (54-24)
Aug. 29 (33-5)
Sept. 2
587
1993
S.B. 80
June 21 (54-24)
June 22 (27-11)
June 30
55
1994
S.B. 2120
July 2 (56-21)
July 4 (27-11)
July 8
139
1995
A.B. 903
Aug. 2 (56-19)
July 29 (31-9)
Aug. 3
303
1996
S.B. 1393
July 8 (61-17)
July 7 (32-5)
July 15
162
1997
A.B. 107
Aug. 11 (63-15)
Aug. 11 (30-6)
Aug. 18
282
1998
A.B. 1656
Aug. 11 (66-13)
Aug. 10 (34-4)
Aug. 21
324
1999
June 16 (69-10)
June 15 (36-3)
June 29
50
2000
June 22 (61-18)
June 15 (31-9)
June 30
52
2001 S.B. 739 July 16 (54-26) July 21 (28-11) July 26 106
2002 A.B. 425 Sept. 1 (54-26) June 29 (27-12) Sept. 5 379
2003 A.B. 1765 July 29 (56-22) July 27 (27-10) Aug. 2 157
2004 S.B. 1113 July 28 (69-11) July 29 (28-11) July 31 208
2005 S.B. 77 July 7 (65-13) July 7 (34-4) July 11 38
2006 A.B. 1801 June 27 (54-23) June 27 (30-10) June 30 47
2007 S.B. 77 July 20 (56-23) Aug. 21 (27-12) Aug. 24 171
2008 A.B. 1781 Sept. 16 (61-11) Sept. 16 (29-11) Sept. 23 268
  A.B. 883 Sept. 16 (59-17) Sept. 16 (28-12) Sept. 23 269
2009 S.B. 1 (3rd Ex)4 Feb. 15 (58-21) Feb. 19 (27-12) Feb. 20 1
  A.B. 1 (4th Ex)5 July 23 (56-23) July 23 (27-13) July 28 1
2010 S.B. 8706 October 7 (57-13) October 8 (27-9) October 8 712
2011 S.B. 69 (Vetoed)7 March 17 (52-26) March 17 (25-15) (June 16 veto) --
  S.B. 87 June 28 (51-28) June 28 (21-19) June 30 33
2012 A.B. 1464 June 15 (50-25) June 15 (23-16) June 27 21
2013 A.B. 110 June 14 (54-25) June 14 (28-10) July 1 20
2014 S.B. 852 June 15 (55-24) June 15 (25-11) June 20, 2014 25
2015 A.B. 93 June 15 (52-28) June 15 (26-13) June 24, 2015 10
2016 S.B. 826 June 15 (52-27) June 15 (27-11) June 27, 2016 23
2017 A.B. 97 June 15 (59-20) June 15 (28-10) June 27, 2017 14
1 Item vetoes were overridden by the Assembly July 20, 1979. Item vetoes were overridden by the Senate July 19, 1979. The Senate overrode another line item veto on September 5, 1979, which the Assembly overrode on February 4, 1980 but a motion to reconsider was noticed. The motion lapsed on February 5, 1980 and the override took effect on this day.
2 Withdrawn from Governor July 3, 1991. Returned to enrollment and to Governor July 4, 1991.
3 AB 88 was a companion bill to AB 1781, and final measures included in budget deal passed September 19, 2008.
4 A companion bill, SB 2 (3rd Ex.), amended the budget bill for the Fiscal Year 2008-09. It was signed the same day as SB 1 (3rd Ex.).
5 AB 1 (4th Ex.) amended the 2009-10 budget enacted in February.
6 In February and March 2010, the Legislature (by majority vote) sent several 8th Extraordinary Session bills to the Governor to address $5 billion of solutions.
The Governor vetoed these bills.
7 This marked the first time in history that the Governor vetoed the Budget Bill. SB 69 was passed by both houses on March 17, 2011 and held in enrollment.
AB 98, a companion bill making adjustments to SB 69, was passed by both houses on June 15, 2011, at which time both bills were sent to the Governor
and vetoed.
  Note: Further information on California’s Budget can be viewed on the web sites of the Legislative Analyst’s Office and the Department of Finance.

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