California Government Code CHAPTER 2 - California-Mexico Border Relations Council

  • Section 99520.
      The Legislature finds and declares the following:(a) The United States and Mexican economies have become increasingly integrated, particularly since the 1994 adoption of the North American...
  • Section 99521.
      The following definitions shall govern the construction of this chapter:(a) “Border” means the line of demarcation between California and Mexico.(b) “Council” means the California-Mexico Border Relations Council.(c) “Public...
  • Section 99522.
      (a) The California-Mexico Border Relations Council is hereby established in state government. The council shall consist of the Director of the Governor’s Office of Business and...
  • Section 99523.
      The council shall do all of the following:(a) Coordinate activities of state agencies that are related to cross-border programs, initiatives, projects, and partnerships that exist within...
  • Section 99524.
       Beginning January 1, 2008, the council shall submit a report to the Legislature on the council’s activities annually. (Added by Stats. 2014, Ch. 716,...

Last modified: October 5, 2018