LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Amends Constitution to recast various terms presently couched in the masculine gender to refer to the "person" or official referred to and makes other minor, nonsubstantive language changes. Financial impact: none.
Legislative Vote Results
FINAL VOTE CAST BY LEGISLATURE ON ACA 99 (PROPOSITION 11): Assembly - Ayes, 65; Noes, 0 -- Senate - Ayes, 27; Noes, 8
Popular Vote Results
Y: 2630958; A: 50.4; N: 2586035; B: 49.6
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
Code Sections Affected
Amended Cal. Const. art. II, section 4, Amended Cal. Const, art. IV, sections 2,10,12,13,15,21,27,28, Amended Cal. Const. art. V, sections 1,2,7,8,9,10,13, Amended Cal. Const. art. VI, sections 2,3,4,6,8,15,16,17,18,19, Amended Cal. Const. art. IX, section 2, Amended Cal. Const. art. XIV, section 3, Amended Cal. Const. art. XX, sections 10,15,21,25
Alan Sieroty, Assemblyman, 59th District; Anita Miller, California Commission on the Status of Women; Donald L. Grunsky, Senator, 17th District
Timothy D. Weinland, Law Student, University of the Pacific-McGeorge School of Law
MISCELLANEOUS LANGUAGE CHANGES REGARDING GENDER California Proposition 11 (1974).