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Arizona Preservation of Constitutional Government Amendment (2008)

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The Preservation of Constitutional Government was an initiated state statute that sought to establish a law that would grant the authority to license lawyers back to the State Legislature.

Summary

The text of the initiative read: "We the people of Arizona demand a maximum level of competence, extreme honesty, unyielding integrity and respect for the law from those whom are licensed to practice law. The State Bar of Arizona, under the guidance of the Supreme Court of Arizona has failed miserably to provide that level of professionalism. Therefore, we establish this law to grant the authority to license lawyers back to the State Legislature."[1]

Support

Committee for the Preservation of Constitutional Government were listed as the sponsors of the initiative.

Opposition

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