This article provided for public officers to be paid fixed and definite salaries, except for an exempted group, for which the Legislature would set fees for full compensation. Repeal of this article was approved by voters in 1992. By then there were constitutional provisions for salaries of legislators (Art. VI, sec. 9), state officials (Art. VII, sec. 18), and judges and justices (Art. VIII, sec. 14). The specific amounts to be paid these officials were taken out of the constitution and provisions made for the determination of future salaries. The original...
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