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Substitutes housing allowance for per diem payment to reimburse legislators for cost of maintaining a residence in Sacramento. Directs Citizens Compensation Commission to establish maximum housing allowance, not to exceed median monthly rental cost of a Sacramento single-family home. Directs Citizens Compensation Commission to adjust salary and benefits every even-numbered year for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Controller, Insurance Commissioner, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Treasurer, members of the Board of Equalization and Legislature, subject to voter approval at next statewide election. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: Reduced state expenses for compensation for state elected officials-potentially in the millions of dollars annually-with the amount dependent on future decisions of the California Citizens Compensation Commission and voters. (06-0033.)
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Legislative Housing Allowance. Voter Approval of State Officer Compensation. Initiative Constitutional Amendment California Initiative 1228 (2006).