Attorney General File #: 2006-033
California Citizens Compensation Commission
September 8, 2006
The measure requires the California Citizens Compensation Commission to meet every two years (rather than annually) to set salaries and benefits for state elected officials. Any decisions by the commission would have to be approved by the voters. In addition, the measure eliminates the per diem system for legislative expenses. Instead, the measure requires the commission to establish a maximum housing allowance for legislators maintaining a secondary residence in Sacramento.
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