CITRIS Policy Lab’s AI legislation database now live!

CITRIS Policy Lab's AI legislation database now live!

We are excited to announce the CITRIS Policy Lab‘s database of federal and California AI-related legislation is now live.

The database includes: name of the legislation, a summary of the legislation, a link to the summary in Congress or the California Legislature, a focus tag indicating topical area addressed (e.g., national security or workforce protections), the date the legislation was introduced, the congressional session or California session it was introduced in, who introduced it, co-sponsors, the party affiliation of the introducer, home state of the introducer, home district of the introducer, whether it was introduced in the California Legislature or Congress, whether it was introduced in the United States House or Senate, whether it was introduced in the California Assembly or Senate, legislation type (e.g., bill, resolution, or concurrent resolution), and status.

There are currently seventy-seven records listed in the database. The database will be updated on a monthly basis. If there is a piece of legislation that you would like us to include, please contact CITRIS Policy Lab Director Brandie Nonnecke at

View the AI Legislation database >