The present version of this article was presented to the voters on August 1, 1972, and approved by a vote of 216,507 to 95,884. It replaces an article previously entitled “Public Institutions.” Institutions for the benefit of mentally or physically incapacitated or handicapped persons, and such other benevolent institutions as the public good may require, shall be fostered and supported by the state, subject to such regulations as may be prescribed by law. This section replicates the first sentence of the old section 1, except that the words “insane, blind, and...
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