Legislative Constitutional Amendment. Repeals, amends, and revises various provisions of Constitution relating to public school system state institutions and public buildings, cities and counties, corporations and public utilities, water use, state civil service, future constitutional revisions, and other matters, Legislature may provide that Superintendent of Public Instruction be chosen by method other than election; and Legislature may increase membership of Public Utilities Commission.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 2606748; A: 43.0; N: 3462301; B: 57.0
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
State Bd. of Educ. v. Honig: 13 Cal. App. 4th 720, 1993; Lake Forest Community Ass'n v. County of Orange: 86 Cal. App. 3d, 1978
Joe A. Consalves, Assemblyman; Richard J. Dolwig, Senator; Bruce W. Sumner, Judge, Chairman, Constitution Revision Commission; Robert Finch, Lieutenant Governor; Jesse M. Unruh, Speaker of the Assembly; Hugh M. Burns, President Pro Tempore of the Senate
John Stull, Assemblyman 80th District; Robert H. Burke, Assemblyman 70th District; H. L. Richardson, Senator 19th District
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION California Proposition 1 (1968).