California Constitution
Article IV - Legislative
Section 15.

Universal Citation: CA Constitution art IV § 15
SEC. 15.  

A person who seeks to influence the vote or action of a member of the Legislature in the member’s legislative capacity by bribery, promise of reward, intimidation, or other dishonest means, or a member of the Legislature so influenced, is guilty of a felony.

(Sec. 15 amended Nov. 5, 1974, by Prop. 11. Res.Ch. 96, 1974.)

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