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REAPPORTIONMENT BY LEGISLATURE; SUPREME COURT. JUDICIAL REVIEW. INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Amends state Constitution to require that reapportionment plans for Assembly, Senatorial, Congressional, and Board of Equalization districts be adopted by a 2/3 vote of each house of Legislature and signed by Governor. Sets forth mandatory plan contents and requirements. Requires plan be available to public prior to enactment. Requires State Supreme Court, upon petition of any eligible voter, review plan adopted by Legislature for compliance. If plan found in violation of law, or if no plan enacted, empowers Supreme Court to consider other reapportionment plans and mandate enactment. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The requirement that the State Supreme Court review and perhaps enact reapportionment plans could increase state costs up to several millions of dollars each decade.
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Reapportionment By Legislature; Supreme Court. Judicial Review. California Initiative 472 (1989).