OFFICE OF CALIFORNIA ANALYST. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. • Creates the Office of California Analyst replacing the present Legislative Analyst. • Requires new California Analyst to assist the Legislature in fiscal and policy functions, and to make state operations more effective and efficient by making recommendations on the state's budget and organization. • Authorizes Joint Legislative Budget Committee to appoint California Analyst and its employees. • Requires employees to be hired and promoted on the basis of merit and professional qualifications. • Requires work to be conducted in strictly nonpartisan manner. • Excludes expenditures of Office from Constitution's limit on legislative expenditures adopted by Proposition 140. Summary of Legislative Analyst's Estimate of Net State and Local Government Fiscal Impact: • Potential state costs and savings, depending on actions in annual budget process. Net impact is unknown, but probably not significant.
Legislative Vote Results
Final Votes Cast by the Legislature on SCA 33 (Proposition 158) Assembly -- Ayes, 54; Noes, 19 -- Senate -- Ayes, 30; Noes, 2
Popular Vote Results
Y: 3901046; A: 39.87; N: 5882438; B: 60.13
Senate Constitutional Amendment
Robyn C. Prud'Homme-Bauer, President, League of Women Voters of California; William Campbell, President, California Manufacturers Association; Del Weber, President, California Teachers Association
Pete Schabarum, Co-Author, Proposition 140 Term Limits; Lew Uhler, President, National Tax Limitation Committee; Tom McClintock, Member, California State Assembly
Rebuttal Against Author
Robyn C. Prud'Homme-Bauer, President, League of Women Voters of California; William Campbell, President, California Manufacturers Association; Gordon Koolman, President, California Association of Highway Patrolmen
Office of California Analyst. California Proposition 158 (1992).