California Constitution
Article IV - Legislative
Section 22.

Universal Citation: CA Constitution art IV § 22
SEC. 22.  

It is the right of the people to hold their legislators accountable. To assist the people in exercising this right, at the convening of each regular session of the Legislature, the President pro Tempore of the Senate, the Speaker of the Assembly, and the minority leader of each house shall report to their house the goals and objectives of that house during that session and, at the close of each regular session, the progress made toward meeting those goals and objectives.

(Sec. 22 added June 5, 1990, by Prop. 112. Res.Ch. 167, 1989.)

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