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{{noca2010}}{{tnr}}A '''California Honor in Office Initiative''' was intended for but will not be on the [[California 2010 ballot propositions|2010 state ballot]] as an {{icafull}}.
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{{noca2010}}{{tnr}}{{State legislatures measures}}A '''California Honor in Office Initiative''' was intended for but did not appear on the [[California 2010 ballot propositions|2010 state ballot]] as an {{icafull}}.
  
Jerrol LeBaron was the measure's official proponent.
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Jerrol LeBaron was the measure's official proponent.<ref name=SOS>[http://oag.ca.gov/initiatives/inactive-measures?field_initiative_date_value%5Bvalue%5D%5Byear%5D=2007 California Secretary of State, List of 2009 initiatives, accessed February 2014]</ref>
  
The proposed initiative had these provisions:
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==Provisions==
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The proposed initiative had these provisions:<ref name=TEXT/>[http://oag.ca.gov/system/files/initiatives/pdfs/Title%20and%20Summary%20%28i809_09-0012_title_and_summary%29.pdf? California Attorney General website, Initiative 09-0012 title and summary, accessed February 14, 2014]</ref>
  
 
* [[California State Legislature|California's state legislators]] would be prohibited from voting in support of legislation unless they certified under penalty of perjury that they have read and understood the legislation and executed a statement regarding their duties to the People.  
 
* [[California State Legislature|California's state legislators]] would be prohibited from voting in support of legislation unless they certified under penalty of perjury that they have read and understood the legislation and executed a statement regarding their duties to the People.  
 
* Legislators would be prohibited from voting on legislation unless they certified under penalty of perjury that they had not received a bribe or engaged in illegal vote swapping.
 
* Legislators would be prohibited from voting on legislation unless they certified under penalty of perjury that they had not received a bribe or engaged in illegal vote swapping.
  
==Fiscal impact==
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==Text of measure==
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The Attorney General issued the following ballot title, summary and statement of estimated fiscal impact for this initiative:<ref name=TEXT/>
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===Ballot title===
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Requirement for legislators to certify that they understand legislation and have not accepted a bribe or engaged in illegal vote swapping. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.}}
  
The [[California Legislative Analyst's Office]] estimated the fiscal impact on state and local government as:
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===Summary===
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Prohibits
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legislators from voting in support of legislation unless they certify under penalty of perjury that
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they have read and understood the legislation and execute a statement regarding their duties to
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the People. Prohibits legislators from voting on legislation unless they certify under penalty of
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perjury that they have not received a bribe or engaged in illegal vote swapping.}}
  
:"Probably no net increase in state costs."
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===Fiscal impact===
  
==See also==
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Probably no net increase in state costs.}}
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==Similar measures==
 
* [[North Dakota Read Bills Before Vote Initiative (2010)]]
 
* [[North Dakota Read Bills Before Vote Initiative (2010)]]
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==See also==
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* [[California 2010 ballot propositions]]
 
* [[California signature requirements]]
 
* [[California signature requirements]]
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
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{{submit a link}}
 
* [http://ag.ca.gov/cms_attachments/initiatives/pdfs/i809_09-0012_amdt_2ns.pdf Letter to Attorney General requesting ballot title]
 
* [http://ag.ca.gov/cms_attachments/initiatives/pdfs/i809_09-0012_amdt_2ns.pdf Letter to Attorney General requesting ballot title]
  
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==References==
 
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A California Honor in Office Initiative was intended for but did not appear on the 2010 state ballot as an initiated constitutional amendment.

Jerrol LeBaron was the measure's official proponent.[1]

Provisions

The proposed initiative had these provisions:[2]California Attorney General website, Initiative 09-0012 title and summary, accessed February 14, 2014</ref>

  • California's state legislators would be prohibited from voting in support of legislation unless they certified under penalty of perjury that they have read and understood the legislation and executed a statement regarding their duties to the People.
  • Legislators would be prohibited from voting on legislation unless they certified under penalty of perjury that they had not received a bribe or engaged in illegal vote swapping.

Text of measure

The Attorney General issued the following ballot title, summary and statement of estimated fiscal impact for this initiative:[2]

Ballot title

Requirement for legislators to certify that they understand legislation and have not accepted a bribe or engaged in illegal vote swapping. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.[3]

Summary

Prohibits legislators from voting in support of legislation unless they certify under penalty of perjury that they have read and understood the legislation and execute a statement regarding their duties to the People. Prohibits legislators from voting on legislation unless they certify under penalty of perjury that they have not received a bribe or engaged in illegal vote swapping.[3]

Fiscal impact

Probably no net increase in state costs.[3]

Similar measures

See also

External links

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References

  1. California Secretary of State, List of 2009 initiatives, accessed February 2014
  2. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named TEXT
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.