Educational, reformatory, and penal institutions and those for the benefit of the insane, blind, deaf, and mute, and such other institutions as the public good may require, shall be established and supported by the State in such manner as may be prescribed by law. This section allows for the legislature to provide for certain citizens as an act of public goodwill, and perhaps as a requirement of other constitutional provisions. For instance, this section has been important in defining rights such as the provision of interpreters for deaf mutes in criminal...
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