Louisiana Extraordinary Legislative Sessions Act, Amendment 2 (2008)
The Louisiana Extraordinary Legislative Sessions Act, or Louisiana Proposed Amendment 2, passed the state legislature as Senate Bill 296. This measure is a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.
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The measure enacted the following provisions:
- Amend Article III, Section 2(B) of the Louisiana Constitution to require that when a proclamation is issued to call the state legislature into an extraordinary session, the proclamation must be issued at least seven calendar days before the extraordinary (special) session convenes.
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