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Federalism: Cali Style

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Haylee Coker

on 9 September 2014

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Transcript of Federalism: Cali Style

Executive Branch
Past 6 Governers
Jerry Brown JR. (1975-83)
George Deukmejian (1983-91)
Pete Wilson (1991-99)
Gray Davis (1999-03)
Arnold Schwarzenegger (2003-11)
Jerry Brown JR (2011-)
Governor & Lt. Gov.
Jerry Brown JR.

4 years per term
$173,987 a year
renewable terms
State Agencies
CDPH (Public Health): ensuring health care facilities comply with state laws & regulations
Legislative Branch
Names of both houses are House of Representatives and the Senate.
Number of members of House of Reps: 435
Number of member in the Senate: 100
Elected Officials
Gov. of California: Jerry Brown
Lt. of California: Gavin Newsom
Secretary of State: Debra Bowen
Controller: John Chiang
Treasurer: Bill Lockyer
Attorney General: Kamala D. Harris
Insurance Commissioner: Dave Jones
Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Torlakson
Board of Equalization (District 1): Betty Yee
Board of Equalization (District 4): Jerome Horton
by: Lily Fitzpatrick &
Haylee Coker

Government: Cali Style
8 elected executive officers
supervises the operations of different departments
enforces laws
Gavin Newsom

4 years term
2 terms only
$123,965
PERB (Public Employment Relations): Covers California public employees
DMV (Motor Vehicles): Registers & licenses drivers
Current Salary
As of July 1, 2014, the minimum wage in California is $9.00 per hour. And as of January 1, 2016, the minimum wage in California will be $10.00 per hour.
Judicial Branch
Supreme Court: habeas corpus proceedings
Courts of appeal: bankruptcy cases,
contracts, etc.
Superior Court: hears and decides any
civil/criminal action
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