California Government Code Section 11341
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11341. (a) The office shall establish a system to give a unique
identification number to each regulatory action.
(b) The office and the state agency taking the regulatory action
shall use the identification number given by the office pursuant to
subdivision (a) to refer to the regulatory action for which a notice
has already been published in the California Regulatory Notice
(c) The identification number shall be sufficient information for
a member of the public to identify and track a regulatory action both
with the office and the state agency taking the regulatory action.
No other information pertaining to the regulatory action shall be
required of a member of the public if the identification number of
the regulatory action has been provided.
Last modified: February 22, 2013