BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. • Authorizes enactment of an annual statute, with more than one subject, to implement changes in law directly related to appropriations in the annual budget act, if title so states, and, if bill enacting statute is presented to the Governor at same time as budget bill. • Provisions of statute not directly related to implementation of budget act appropriation(s) declared void: • Authorizes Governor to veto one or more changes in law in annual statute, while approving others. • Authorizes legislative override of change(s) and enactment in the same manner as bills, if vetoed by Governor. Summary of Legislative Analyst's Estimate of Net State and Local Government Fiscal Impact: • No significant costs or savings to state or local governments.
Legislative Vote Results
Final Votes Cast by the Legislature on SCA 32 (Proposition 169) Assembly-Ayes 54; Noes 23 -- Senate-Ayes 29; Noes 4
Popular Vote Results
Y: 1811118; A: 38.7; N: 2868591; B: 61.2
Senate Constitutional Amendment
Barry Keene, Retired Senate Majority Leader; A. Alan Post, Co-Chair, California Citizens Budget Commission; Kirk West, President, California Chamber of Commerce
Dean Andal, Assemblyman, Central Valley; Tom McClintock, Director, The Center for the California Taxpayer
Rebuttal Against Author
Barry Keene, Retired Senate Majority Leader; A. Alan Post, Co-Chair, California Citizens Budget Committee; Patrick Sabelhaus, Secretary, Rural Builders Council of California
Budget Implementation. California Proposition 169 (1993).