Daily File is produced by the Assembly containing the Officers of the Assembly, the Order of Business, the tentative schedule for the entire legislative session, the bills that are scheduled to be heard on the floor and during committee hearings. There are also Daily File publications for Assembly Extraordinary Sessions.
Legislative Rules include the Standing Rules of the Assembly, the Standing Rules of the Senate and the Temporary Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly.
California's Legislature is an in-depth introduction to the legislative process and state government. This heavily illustrated book is an excellent resource for students, lobbyists, state employees, and the general public. Topics include state history, constitutional and election law, term limits, state emblems, legislative procedure, the executive and judicial branches, and a legislative glossary.
The book is published by the Office of the Assembly Chief Clerk, and provided to the public on behalf of the Members of the State Assembly. The book is available for $5.00 per copy or bulk rates are available. An order may be placed by contacting the Legislative Bill Room at (916) 445-2645. Also, orders may be placed via mail by printing the order form from your web browser [pdf] found at the back of the book.
Assembly Daily Journal is the official record of business that has been transacted in the Assembly on a daily basis. This publication shows all roll call votes, notes parliamentary motions, lists bill introductions, and records any other official actions taken by the Assembly.
Assembly Histories a publication that gives a comprehensive list of all actions taken on every bill. It is published in weekly volumes by each house.
2019-20 Legislative Handbook [pdf] : The Legislative Handbook is published at least once every two-year session pursuant to the Government Code. It contains the biographies of all current legislators and legislative officers; committee names and membership; the Assembly, Senate, and Joint Rules; and lists of State officers, accredited press representatives, legislative sessions and Governors of California.