The Constitution of 1875 included the material on “General Corporations” within Article XI which was later put into a separate Article XIb. As recommended by the Constitutional Revision Commission, the voters in 1972 approved the consolidation of all the material then in the article into a one-paragraph section. The Legislature shall provide by general law for the organization, regulation, supervision and general control of all corporations, and for the organization, supervision and general control of mutual and cooperative companies and associations, and by such...
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