Assembly Constitutional Amendment 86. Amends section 23a of Article IV of Constitution. Declares that existing Legislative expense restrictions now contained in said section shall not apply to expenditures not exceeding five thousand dollars for each house for costs of compiling histories of bills, resolutions and constitutional amendments introduced therein, indexing same and, pursuant to legislative rules, supplying public with full information regarding such measures and, upon application, with copies thereof, and for the purpose of correcting and indexing the journals and expenses incidental thereto following adjournment of sessions of the Legislature.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 709095; A: 45.9; N: 836882; B: 54.1
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
James B. Utt, Member of the Assembly, Seventy-fourth District; Harry B. Riley, Member of the Assembly, Seventy-first District
LEGISLATIVE PRINTING California Proposition 19 (1936).