The Legislature may provide for the personnel, organization, and discipline of the militia of the state. The original language pertaining to the membership, personnel, and discipline of the state militia can be traced to the Constitution of 1866. The Constitutional Revision Commission recommended the current phrasing for the sake of brevity and clarity. The change was approved in 1972. In the only case arising from this article, the supreme court rejected a claim from a national guard member for worker’s compensation by making a distinction between service in the...
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