Laws & Regulations
The following links provide access to the California Codes that include statutes pertaining to alcohol and other drugs and problem gambling. Selecting a code will take you the table of contents for that code, maintained by the Legislative Counsel, which links directly to the various sections. The Legislative Counsel's California Law site will enable you to explore all California statutes and the State Constitution.
- Health and Safety Code
- Code of Federal Regulations Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records
Title 42 –Public Health. Chapter 1—Public Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services. Subchapter A—General Provisions. Part 2—Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records
- Public Contract Code
- Government Code
Government Code 87200
The Fair Political Practices Commission’s (FPPC) Regulation 18944.2 requires all State Agencies to report gifts received by Agencies to the FPPC. Gifts must be reported by completing and submitting Form 801 within 30 days of the use of such gifts. The Form 801 indicates information such as donor, payment information as well as the nature of the gift(s) i.e., payment for travel, training, meals, etc. The FPPC also requires State Agencies to post the completed Form 801 to their respective websites.
Research LegislationThe full text of bills, resolutions, and constitutional amendments, and their status, history, votes, analyses, and veto messages are available on the following sites:
- Search Bills
Legislative Counsel's "Bill Information" search page. Through this site, you may access bill text, histories, analyses, and status.
- Researching California Public Policy
This San Diego State University Library site can assist you research on legislation, regulations and public policy.
- FindLaw California
This commercial site offers various research data on legislation.
- The California Home Page
This site is a guide to California officials, agencies, and laws.
- Legislative WWW Sites
Links to Web sites for researching State and federal bills, statutes, and regulations. Maintained by the California Legislative Counsel's Office.
- Internet Law Library
The U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library U.S. Code (searchable).