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and other allowances provided by law shall be paid members of the
General Assembly for special session.
27.
Any bill may originate in either House of the General Assembly
and be altered, amended or rejected by the other [, but no]. No bill
shall originate in either House during the last [ten calendar days of
a regular session in even years or during the last] twenty-eight calen-
dar days of a regular session [in odd years], unless two-thirds of the
members elected thereto shall so determine by yeas and nays, and in
addition the two Houses by joint and similar rule may further regu-
late the right to introduce bills during this period; nor shall any bill
become a law until it be read on three different days of the session
in each House, unless two-thirds of the members elected to the House
where such bill is pending shall so determine by yeas and nays, and
no bill shall be read a third time until it shall have been actually
engrossed or printed for a third reading.
52.
(3) [Within twenty days after the convening of the General
Assembly in odd-numbered years, unless such time shall be extended
by the General Assembly, and on] On the [first] third Wednesday in
[February] January in [even-numbered years,] each year, (except
in the case of a newly elected Governor, and then not later than ten
days after the convening of the General Assembly), unless such time
shall be extended by the General Assembly, the Governor shall submit
to the General Assembly a Budget for the next ensuing fiscal year.
Each Budget shall contain a complete plan of proposed expenditures
and estimated revenues for said fiscal year and shall show the esti-
mated surplus or deficit of revenues at the end of the preceding
fiscal year. Accompanying each Budget shall be a statement showing:
(a) the revenues and expenditures for the preceding fiscal year;
(b) the current assets, liabilities, reserves and surplus or deficit of
the State; (c) the debts and funds of the State; (d) an estimate
of the State's financial condition as of the beginning and end of the
preceding fiscal year; (e) any explanation the Governor may desire
to make as to the important features of the Budget and any sugges-
tions as to methods for reduction or increase of the State's revenue.
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the aforegoing sections
hereby proposed as amendments to the Constitution of this State shall
be, at the next general election, to be held in this State in the year
1964, submitted to the legal and qualified voters thereof for their
adoption or rejection in pursuance of directions contained in Article
14 of the Constitution of this State, and at the said general election,
the vote on the said proposed amendments shall be by ballot, and upon
each ballot there shall be printed the words "For the Constitutional
Amendments" and "Against the Constitutional Amendments," as
now prescribed by law and immediately after said election, due
returns shall be made to the Governor of the vote for and against
said proposed amendments, as directed by said Article 14 of the Con-
stitution and further proceedings had in accordance with said
Article 14.
Approved April 7, 1964.


 
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