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Constitution

A shareholder in a California-based publicly traded company sued California in federal court, challenging the constitutionality of its Senate Bill 826, which requires publicly traded companies to meet a quota of female board members or face fines.

SACRAMENTO — A shareholder in a California-based publicly traded company brought a federal complaint over the constitutionality of California's Senate Bill 826, which requires publicly traded companies to meet a quota of female board members or face fines.

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