Under the Unemployment Reserves Act of 1935 the governing body of the Department of Employment was the Unemployment Reserves
Commission, and later renamed (1939) California Employment Commission. Legislative action in 1943 (Chapter 1093) created the
California Employment Stabilization Commission to replace the California Employment Commission.
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