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CONGRESSIONAL POWER TO DECLARE PEACE. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Proposes statutory finding and declaration concerning powers of Congress. Directs Legislature to adopt resolution requesting Congress to do either of the following: 1) institute procedures to add a new provision to the U.S. Constitution and prepare and submit to the several states an amendment expressly enumerating the power of Congress to declare peace; or 2) call a constitutional convention for the purpose of proposing such an amendment. Requires resolution to also propose that other state legislatures apply to Congress requesting such an amendment. Requires adoption of resolution within 120 days after enactment. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: Adoption would have no direct fiscal impact on state and local governments.
Reverend Glenn Rice Msmere, 18805 Redwing Street, Tarzana, California 91356 3102 First Avenue, Studio C San Diego, California 92103
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Congressional Power To Declare Peace. California Initiative 455 (1988).