This article bears little resemblance to the long and complicated “schedule” written by the 1875 Convention. Its twenty-two sections were reduced to nine by the Convention of 1920. One section was added in 1940, but the Constitutional Revision Commission recommended to the voters in 1972 that five sections be repealed. After so many modifications, the article does not look like the “schedule” found in most constitutions. Whenever they shall appear in this Constitution, the terms members of the Legislature, elected members of the Legislature, or similar terms...
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