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California Speech Protections for Biblically-Based Speech (2012)

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A Speech Protections for Biblically-Based Speech ballot initiative (10-0022) was cleared for circulation for California's 2012 ballot as an initiated constitutional amendment. However, its sponsors did not submit signatures to election officials by their March 24, 2011 deadline and, as a result, the measure will not appear on the ballot.

A letter requesting a title and summary for the proposed initiative was signed by Allan Esses. The Attorney General of California's office provided an official summary on October 25, 2010. The circulation deadline for the initiative was therefore set at March 24, 2011.

Text of measure

See also: Ballot titles, summaries and fiscal statements for California 2012 ballot propositions

Ballot title:

Creates Special Constitutional Rule for Speech Based on the Bible. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.

Official summary:

"Exempts speech based on biblical authority from existing constitutional and statutory restrictions applicable to all other speech, including restrictions against discrimination and hate crimes. Repeals constitutional provision denying protection to acts of religious expression inconsistent with the peace or safety of the State."

Summary of estimated fiscal impact:

See also: Fiscal impact statements for California's 2012 ballot propositions

(This is a summary of the initiative's estimated "fiscal impact on state and local government" prepared by the California Legislative Analyst's Office and the Director of Finance.)

"Potentially minor increased costs to state and local governments to resolve legal issues pertaining to the effect of the measure."

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