Legislative Constitutional Amendment. Gives Legislature power to provide for payment of workmen's compensation award to state on death, arising out of and in course of employment, of employee without dependents. Permits such awards to be used for extra subsequent injury compensation. Financial impact: If implemented, would decrease state costs approximately $1,800,000 per year.
Popular Vote Results
Y: 5632332; A: 72.6; N: 2121053; B: 27.4
Senate Constitutional Amendment
Travelers Ins. Co. v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Bd.: 138 Cal. App. 3d 244: 187 Cal. Rptr. 838, 1982; Travelers Ins. Co. v. Workers' Compensation Appeals Bd.: 123 Cal. App. 3d 188: 176 Cal. Rptr. 456, 1981
Code Sections Affected
Amended Cal. Const. art. XX, section 21
Donald L. Grunsky, State Senator, 17th District; Frank Murphy, Jr., Assemblyman, 31st District
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION California Proposition 13 (1972).