This article is a compendium of miscellaneous provisions dealing with such matters as official oaths; tenure and removal of officials; sheriffs; attorneys general; taxation; governmental financing and debt; and the seat of government. It initially consisted of the first eight sections. Amendments have nearly quadrupled this number. Perhaps because this article addresses relatively specific issues, it has probably undergone more extensive modification than any other article in the constitution. Every person elected or appointed to either of the places or offices...
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