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{{noca2010}}{{tnr}}'''California Assembly Constitutional Amendment 21''' (ACA 21) was proposed for, but ultimately did not qualify for, the [[California 2010 ballot propositions|2010 ballot]] in [[California]] as a {{lrcafull}}.  It was sponsored by [[Charles Calderon]], a [[Democrat]] in the [[California State Assembly]].
 
{{noca2010}}{{tnr}}'''California Assembly Constitutional Amendment 21''' (ACA 21) was proposed for, but ultimately did not qualify for, the [[California 2010 ballot propositions|2010 ballot]] in [[California]] as a {{lrcafull}}.  It was sponsored by [[Charles Calderon]], a [[Democrat]] in the [[California State Assembly]].
  

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California Assembly Constitutional Amendment 21 (ACA 21) was proposed for, but ultimately did not qualify for, the 2010 ballot in California as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. It was sponsored by Charles Calderon, a Democrat in the California State Assembly.

ACA 21 would have changed the California Constitution by requiring that initiated constitutional amendments proposed by the people require a two-thirds majority of the votes cast for passage instead of the current simple majority.[1]

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