The Bright Coast

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Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Posted by brightcoast on May 31, 2009

It’s guarantees still present in our Constitution, at least the 1849 (original) version, yet it doesn’t seem like it was ever followed, or if it was, not for very long:

 

FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY
West’s Ann.Cal.Const. 1849 Art. 11, § 21

West’s Annotated California Codes Currentness

Constitution of 1849 the State of California with Amendments (Superseded by Constitution of 1879)

View the full text of all sections at this level Article XI. Miscellaneous Provisions
Current Section§ 21.

Sec. 21. All laws, decrees, regulations, and provisions, which from their nature require publication, shall be published in English and Spanish.

West’s Ann. Cal. Const. 1849 Art. 11, § 21, CA CONST 1849 Art. 11, § 21

Current with urgency legislation through Ch. 3 of the 2009 Reg.Sess., Ch. 12 of the 2009-2010 2nd Ex.Sess., and Ch. 25 of the 2009-2010 3rd Ex.Sess., Governor’s Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 2009, and Props. 1A to 1F on the 5/19/2009 ballot and propositions on the 6/8/2010 ballot received as of 5/1/2009 

FOR EDUCATIONAL USE ONLY
West’s Ann.Cal.Const. 1849 Art. 11, § 21

West’s Annotated California Codes Currentness

Constitution of 1849 the State of California with Amendments (Superseded by Constitution of 1879)

View the full text of all sections at this level Article XI. Miscellaneous Provisions
Current Section§ 21.

Sec. 21. All laws, decrees, regulations, and provisions, which from their nature require publication, shall be published in English and Spanish.

West’s Ann. Cal. Const. 1849 Art. 11, § 21, CA CONST 1849 Art. 11, § 21

Current with urgency legislation through Ch. 3 of the 2009 Reg.Sess., Ch. 12 of the 2009-2010 2nd Ex.Sess., and Ch. 25 of the 2009-2010 3rd Ex.Sess., Governor’s Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 2009, and Props. 1A to 1F on the 5/19/2009 ballot and propositions on the 6/8/2010 ballot received as of 5/1/2009

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