The Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) was signed into law in 2003 by Gray Davis and championed by Senator Joe Dunn. Davis spent 1,778 days as governor and signed 5,132 bills into law and that is an average of 2.89 bills a day. PAGA was approved by Governor Gray Davis on October 12, 2003, just five days after the California electorate voted to recall him from office.

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