Friends Committee on Legislation of California Records

collection

Campus:
California State University, Sacramento
Library:
University Library
Subject(s):
Friends Committee on Legislation of California ; Political activists
Description:
The Friends Committee on Legislation of California (FCL) is a legislative action group established by Quakers in 1952. Friends Committee on Legislation of California works to bring social justice into government by influencing law-making in California. FCL proposes and drafts legislation, testifies before committees, lobbies legislators, and monitors state agencies. The collection consists of administrative, legal and fiscal records including articles of incorporation and by-laws, meeting minutes from committees and regional branches, and research files relative to lobbying efforts including the death penalty and prison reform.
Dates covered:
1959-1998
Language(s):
English
Collection Size:
26.25 linear feet (21 record cartons)
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Citation Sample:
[Identification of item], Friends Committee on Legislation of California Records, 1959-1998, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, The Library, California State University, Sacramento.
Collection policy:
Copyright is protected by the copyright law, Chapter 17 of the U.S. Code.