Legislative Constitutional Amendment. Deletes certain constitutional provisions and reinserts them in other articles. Deletes provision limiting four-year maximum terms of officers and commissions when terms not provided for in Constitution. Prohibits reduction of elected state officers' salaries during term. Permits Legislature to deal with tax matters in connection with changes in state boundaries. Requires Legislature to provide for working of convicts for benefit of state. Financial impact: None.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 4855713; A: 66.0; N: 2503627; B: 34.0
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
Code Sections Affected
Repealed Cal. Const. art. 1, section 3, Repealed Cal. Const. art. III, Added Cal. Const. art. III, Repealed Cal. Const. art. V, Added Cal. Const. art. XIII, section 44, Repealed Cal. Const. art. XX, section 1, Added Cal. Const. art. XX, section 5, Repealed Cal. Const. art. XX, sections 6, 16, Repealed Cal. Const. art. XXI
Robert G. Beverly, Assemblyman, 46th District; Nicholas C. Petris, State Senator, 11th District; Judge Bruce W. Sumner, Chairman, Constitution Revision Commission
MISCELLANEOUS CONSTITUTIONAL REVISIONS California Proposition 6 (1972).