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Article V: LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
Section V-1: Legislature - Authority and composition - Powers reserved to
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Section V-2: Designation and definition of reserved powers - Determination of
Section V-3: Petitions - Veto power - Elections - Time of taking effect -
Style of bills - Duty of legislature.
Section V-4: Referendum against part of act.
Section V-5: Reservation of powers to voters of counties and districts -
Manner of exercising.
Section V-6: Subsequent proposal of rejected measure.
Section V-7: Powers of Legislature not affected.
Section V-8: Prevention of corruption.
Section V-9A: Senatorial districts - Tenure.
Section V-10A: House of Representatives - Number of members - Formula - Tenure.
Section V-11A: Legislature to apportion Legislature - Failure to make
apportionment - Apportionment Commission.
Section V-11B: Order of apportionment rendered by Commission.
Section V-11C: Review of apportionment orders - Failure to seek review.
Section V-11D: Determination by Supreme Court.
Section V-11E: Compelling Commission to act - Consolidation of proceedings.
Section V-17: Age - Qualified electors - Residents.
Section V-17A: Limitation of time served in the Legislature.
Section V-18: Ineligibility - Federal and state officers - Conviction of
Section V-19: Expelled member ineligible - Punishment not to bar indictment.
Section V-20: Vacancies.
Section V-21: Conflict of interests prohibited - Board on Legislative
Section V-22: Privileges - Arrest - Speeches or debates.
Section V-23: Ineligibility to appointment to office - Interest in contracts.
Section V-24: Disclosure of personal or private interest.
Section V-25: Duration of first session.
Section V-26: Regular sessions.
Section V-27: Special sessions.
Section V-27A: Special sessions.
Section V-28: Senate - President pro tempore - Standing committees.
Section V-29: Speaker of House of Representatives.
Section V-30: Judges of election of members - Quorum - Rules - Disorderly
behavior - Journal.
Section V-31: Elections by Legislature - Voting and entry in journal.
Section V-32: Special and local laws - Notice of intended introduction.
Section V-33: Revenue bills - Origination - Amendment - Limitations on passage -
Effective date - Submission to voters.
Section V-34: Reading and passage of bills - Yeas and nays entered on journal.
Section V-35: Signing bills and resolutions - Entry on journal.
Section V-36: Extent of legislative authority - Specific grants not
Section V-37: Printing plant and state printer.
Section V-38: Geological and Economic Survey.
Section V-39: Boards of Health, Dentistry and Pharmacy - Pure food commission -
Section V-40: Militia.
Section V-41: Firemen's pensions.
Section V-42: Contempt, disobedience of process and disorderly conduct.
Section V-43: Decennial revision of laws.
Section V-44: Unlawful restraints of trade.
Section V-45: Carrying constitution into effect.
Section V-46: Local and special laws on certain subjects prohibited.
Section V-47: Retirement of officers.
Section V-48: Bureau of immigration.
Section V-49: Legislative employees - Number and emoluments.
Section V-50: Exemption of property from taxation.
Section V-51: Exclusive rights, privileges or immunities.
Section V-52: Revival of rights or remedies - Taking away cause of action or
Section V-53: Release or extinguishment of debts or liabilities to state,
county or municipality.
Section V-54: Repeal of statute - Effect.
Section V-55: Appropriations - Necessity and requisites.
Section V-56: General appropriation bills - Salaries - Separate appropriation
Section V-57: Subjects and titles - Revival or amendment by reference - Extent
Section V-58: Time of taking effect of statutes - Emergency measures.
Section V-59: Uniform operation of general laws - Special laws when general law
Section V-5a: Township organization or government - Abolition and restoration.
Section V-60: System of checks and balances.
Section V-61: Pensions to police officers.
Section V-62: Retirement benefits for teachers and school employees.
Section V-63: Continuity of governmental operations in periods of emergency.