Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 28. Amends Section 22 of Article IV of Constitution: Prohibits imposition of administrative restrictions on manner in which blind recipient expends aid payments. Provides that such aid payments are for benefit of the blind recipient alone and shall not be regarded as income to any person other than the recipient. Requires State Department of Social Welfare to enforce such provisions.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 2497842; A: 56.7; N: 1907603; B: 43.4
Senate Constitutional Amendment
Code Sections Affected
Amended Cal. Const. art. IV, section 22.
H. E. Dillinger, Author and Chairman Senate Social Welfare Committee; Kathryn T. Niehouse, Member of the Assembly and Chairman of Assembly Social Welfare Committee; Ernest C. Crowley, Member of the Assembly
Dudley M. Steele, Chairman, Los Angeles Citizens' Budget Committee
PAYMENTS TO NEEDY BLIND California Proposition 4 (1952).