Contents 1 Statewide 1.1 Executive branch 1.1.1 State agencies 1.1.2 Independent entities 1.2 Legislative branch 1.3 Direct democracy 1.4 Judicial branch 1.5 Watchdog evaluations 2 Local government 3 See also 4 References 5 External links


Statewide[edit] Executive branch[edit] Main article: California executive branch California's elected executive officers are: Jerry Brown (D) Governor Gavin Newsom (D) Lieutenant Governor Xavier Becerra (D) Attorney General Betty Yee (D) State Controller John Chiang (D) State Treasurer Dave Jones (D) Insurance Commissioner Tom Torlakson (D) State Superintendent of Public Instruction All offices are elected separately to concurrent four-year terms, and each officer may be elected to an office a maximum of two times.[1][2] The Governor has the powers and responsibilities to: sign or veto laws passed by the Legislature, including a line item veto; appoint judges, subject to ratification by the electorate; propose a state budget; give the annual State of the State address; command the state militia; and grant pardons for any crime, except cases involving impeachment by the Legislature.[3] The Lieutenant Governor is the President of the California Senate and acts as the governor when the Governor is unable to execute the office, including whenever the Governor leaves the state.[4] The Governor and Lieutenant Governor also serve as ex officio members of the University of California Board of Regents and of the California State University Board of Trustees.[5] Regulatory activity is published in the California Regulatory Notice Register and the general and permanent rules and regulations are codified in the California Code of Regulations.[6] State agencies[edit] See also: List of California state agencies State government is organized into many departments, of which most are grouped together into several huge Cabinet-level agencies. These agencies are sometimes informally referred to as superagencies, especially by government officials, to distinguish them from the general usage of the term "government agency."[7] The Cabinet-level agencies (superagencies) are the:[8] The Department of General Services headquarters in West Sacramento California Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency (BCSH) California Government Operations Agency (CalGovOps) California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS) California Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) The independently elected officers run separate departments not grouped within the superagencies, and there are other Cabinet-level departments: Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Department of Education (CDE) Department of Finance (DOF) Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Department of Insurance (CDI) Department of Justice (DOJ) Department of the Military Independent entities[edit] There are many government entities and offices that are under neither executive, legislative, judicial, or local control, but operate independently on a constitutional, statutory, or common law basis.[citation needed] Examples include the: Regents of the University of California California Public Utilities Commission Fair Political Practices Commission Legislative branch[edit] The Senate Chamber of the California State Capitol Main article: California State Legislature The California State Legislature is the state legislature. It is a bicameral body consisting of the California State Assembly, the lower house with 80 members, and the California State Senate, the upper house with 40 members.[9] Members of the Assembly serve two-year terms; members of the Senate serve four-year terms, with half of the seats up for election on alternate (two year) election cycles.[9] The Speaker of the California State Assembly presides over the State Assembly. The Lieutenant Governor is the ex officio President of the Senate and may break a tied vote, and the President pro tempore of the California State Senate is elected by the majority party caucus. The Legislature meets in the California State Capitol in Sacramento. Its session laws are published in the California Statutes and codified into the 29 California Codes. Direct democracy[edit] The state also allows direct participation of the electorate by initiative, referendum, recall and ratification. Judicial branch[edit] Main article: Judiciary of California The Supreme Court of California headquarters in San Francisco The Judiciary of California interprets and applies the law, and is defined under the Constitution, law, and regulations. The judiciary has a hierarchical structure with the Supreme Court at the apex. The Superior Courts are the primary trial courts, and the Courts of Appeal are the primary appellate courts. The Judicial Council is the rule-making arm of the judiciary.[10][11] The California Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice of California and six Associate Justices. The Court has original jurisdiction in a variety of cases, including habeas corpus proceedings, and has discretionary authority to review all the decisions of the California Courts of Appeal, as well as mandatory review responsibility for cases where the death penalty has been imposed. The Courts of Appeal are the intermediate appellate courts. The state is geographically divided into six appellate districts.[12][13] Notably, all published California appellate decisions are binding on all Superior Courts, regardless of appellate district.[14] The California superior courts are the courts of general jurisdiction that hear and decide any civil or criminal action which is not specially designated to be heard before some other court or governmental agency. As mandated by the Constitution, each of the 58 counties has a superior court.[15] The superior courts also have appellate divisions (superior court judges sitting as appellate judges) which hear appeals from decisions of other superior court judges (or commissioners, or judges pro tem) in cases previously heard by inferior courts, such as infractions, misdemeanors, and "limited civil" actions (actions where the amount in controversy is below $25,000). Watchdog evaluations[edit] In a 2015 review by the nonprofit The Center for Public Integrity of how effectively states promote transparency and procedures to reduce corruption, California received a C-, the second-highest grade in the country.[16] It ranked particularly low in public access to information and judicial transparency.[16] In 2005, Pew Research Center's Government Performance Project gave California a grade C-, tied for last with Alabama.[17] By 2008, when the last report was issued, California had a C, which placed it near the bottom of the states.[18] In discussing the results, the report noted that the personnel system is known to be dysfunctional, and that the Human Resources Modernization Project was underway to address the issue.[19]


Local government[edit] Main article: Local government in California San Francisco City Hall California is divided into counties which are legal subdivisions of the state.[20] There are 58 counties, about 482 California cities,[21] about 1,102 school districts,[22] and about 3,400 special districts.[23] School districts, which are independent of cities and counties, handle public education.[22] Special Districts deliver specific public programs and public facilities to constituents, and are defined as "any agency of the state for the local performance of governmental or proprietary functions within limited boundaries."[24] Counties and incorporated cities may promulgate local ordinances, which are usually codified in county or city codes, respectively, and are misdemeanor crimes unless otherwise specified as infractions.[25]


See also[edit] Politics of California Elections in California Law of California California portal


References[edit] ^ Alfieri, Joe (18 October 2010). "Jerry Brown defies intent of California term limits". Contra Costa County Conservative Examiner. Examiner.com.  ^ Constitution of California, article 5, section 2 ^ Ferguson, Margaret R., ed. (2006). "Roles, Functions, and Powers of the Governors". The Executive Branch of State Government: People, Process and Politics. ABC-CLIO.  ^ In re Governorship, 26 Cal.3d 110, 401 (Supreme Court of California 1979) (“we conclude that the Lieutenant Governor has authority to exercise all gubernatorial powers of appointment while the Governor is physically absent from the state and that the Governor has authority to withdraw the appointment until the confirmation of appointment becomes effective.”). ^ "Overview, Board of Trustees". California State University. Retrieved 15 June 2011.  ^ Watt, Robert; Johns, Francis (2009). Concise Legal Research. Federation Press. p. 223. ISBN 978-1-862-87723-8.  ^ Lawrence, David G. (2012). California: The Politics of Diversity. Wadsworth. p. 156.  ^ "Governor Brown's Government Reorganization Plan Becomes Law". Office of the Governor of California. 3 July 2012.  ^ a b Constitution of California, article 4, section 2(a) ^ Constitution of California, Article 6, Section 6(d) ^ "Judicial Council". Judicial Council of California.  ^ Constitution of California, Article 6, § 3 ^ California Government Code § 69100 ^ Auto Equity Sales, Inc. v. Superior Court,, 57 Cal. 2d 450, 369 P.2d 937, 20 Cal. Rptr. 321 (1962). ^ Constitution of California, Article 6, § 4 ^ a b "California gets C- grade in 2015 State Integrity Investigation". Center for Public Integrity. 2015-11-09. Retrieved 2016-12-05.  ^ "State civil service reform: California's Human Resource Modernization project in a comparative perspective - SEIU Local 1000". www.seiu1000.org. Retrieved 2016-12-04.  ^ Johnson, Neal. "NLPES/NALFO Seminar Madison, Wisconsin September 26, 2008" (PDF). Pew Center on States.  ^ "Grading the States 2008: Pew's 50-State Report Card Evaluates How States Manage Public Resources". www.pewtrusts.org. Retrieved 2016-12-05.  ^ Constitution of California, article 11, section 1 ^ "Learn About Cities". League of California Cities. Retrieved 13 March 2014.  ^ a b Individual State Descriptions: 2007 (PDF), 2007 Census of Governments, United States Census Bureau, November 2012, pp. 25–26  ^ Mizany, Kimia; Manatt, April. What’s So Special About Special Districts? A Citizen’s Guide to Special Districts in California (PDF) (3 ed.). California Senate Local Government Committee.  ^ California Government Code § 16271(d) ^ California Government Code §§ 25132, 36900 et seq.


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