Louisiana Removal of Public Employees from Employment, Amendment 4 (2002)

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Louisiana Amendment 4 was an act regarding removal of public employees from employment due to a felony conviction during employment. It was on the November 7, 2002 election ballot in Louisiana where it passed, with 70% of voters in favor.

Election results

Amendment 4
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 714,992 70.06%
No305,50929.94%

Text of measure

The language that appeared on the ballot:

Act 166 (SB 27) 2002 1st Extraordinary Session

To require that the legislature provide by general law for the removal of any state or local public employee, whether classified or unclassified, from his position of employment for conviction, during his employment, of a felony as defined by law.

(Adds Article X, Section 25.1)

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