California Reimbursement of Legislator' Expenses (2008)

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Initiative 1244. (07-0009), or the Reimbursement of Legislator's Expenses Initiative was an initiated constitutional amendment that would

"Prohibit payment of per diem or any other compensation to Legislators for living expenses incurred in the performance of their legislative duties. Restricts reimbursement for travel expenses when the Legislature is in recess for more than three days to expenses incurred while traveling to and from certain meetings, conferences or other legislative functions held at least 20 miles from the legislator’s residence. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Reduced legislative living expenses of about $4.5 million annually."[1]

Proponents

William S. Morris

Status

This initiative was pending while awaiting a raw count of signatures from the California Secretary of State. The circulation deadline for this initiative was on 10/01/07 and it did not meet it.

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