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LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION. COMPUTER NETWORK. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Requires the Legislative Counsel to make information regarding actions of the Legislature available to the public in electronic form. Such information shall be available without fee and shall include the Daily Assembly File, Daily Senate File, bills, amendments to bills, bill histories, bill analysis, voting information, Codes, the State Constitution, and other legislative information. Requires Legislative Counsel to automatically transmit information by way of the largest nonproprietary, nonprofit cooperative public computer network upon receiving any computerized request. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: This measure would result in additional one-time and ongoing costs to the state. Specifically, it is estimated that this measure would result in one-time costs of approximately $500,000 for additional computer equipment and the development of computer software. In addition, it is estimated that this measure would result in ongoing costs, probably in the range of several hundred thousand dollars annually, for computer system maintenance and costs associated with providing public access to the information.
William P. Selmeier Kirk F. Mackenzie Patricia Lear David B. Maginnis Eileen M. Bradshaw, P.O. Box 676, Saratoga, Ca 95071
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Legislative Information. Computer Network. California Initiative 605 (1993).