California Initiative Bond Proposals Required to Specify Revenue Source Amendment (2010)

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A California Initiative Bond Proposals Required to Specify Revenue Source Amendment did not qualify for the November 2, 2010 state ballot as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.[1]

The proposed amendment is sponsored by Sam Blakeslee (R-San Luis Obispo). It would require any bond proposal that gets on the ballot via petition and exceeds $1 billion to specify its funding source.[1]

Path to the ballot

See also: Amending the California Constitution

Section 1 of Article XVIII of the California Constitution defines how to get on the ballot in the state as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. Two-thirds of the membership of each chamber of the California State Legislature must propose (vote in favor of) an amendment before the proposed amendment can go on a statewide ballot to be ratified or rejected by the state's voters.

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