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OATH OF OFFICE. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. The California Constitution sets forth an oath of office for certain public officers and employees. This measure makes oath taking applicable to all public officers and employees and amends oath: (1) to include certification that oath is "true" and will remain so for officer's term; and (2) requires oath that officer is not, now or was immediately preceding oath taking, or will be during term an advocate or member of organization advocating overthrow of federal or state government by force or violence. Provides for arrest by private citizens for violations of the oath. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: One time unknown costs to print new forms and administer new oaths to officers and employees.
Tony Avila Sampson Floyd Garfield Sampson Rose Marie Sampson Howard William Sampson Howard Garfield Sampson C/O Tony Avila Sampson, Box 2720, Petaluma, California 94952
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Oath Of Office. California Initiative 423 (1987).