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Introduced by Delegates J. Jackson, A. Jackson, Warren,
Ray, Gravel, Stovall, Pugh and Gauthier:

A PROPOSAL
Providing for juvenile courts having exclusive original juris-
diction with the exception for offenses of murder, aggra-
vated kidnapping, armed robbery, or aggravated rape.

Read.

On motion of Delegate J. Jackson, the Proposal was re-
turned to the Calendar, subject to call.

DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 22—

Introduced by Delegates Conroy and Newton:
A PROPOSAL
To provide for the prohibition of certain enumerated local
and special laws.

Read.

On motion of Delegate Conroy the Proposal was returned
to the Calendar, subject to call.

DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 42—

Introduced by Delegates Dennery and Stovall:
A PROPOSAL
Providing for the lieutenant governor as ombudsman.

Read.

On motion of Delegate Dennery the Proposal was returned
to the Calendar, subject to call.



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DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 49—

Introduced by Delegate Brien:

A PROPOSAL
Providing with respect to consumer education and informa-
tion councils.

Read.

On motion of Delegate Brien the Proposal was returned
to the Calendar, subject to call.

DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 16—

Introduced by Delegates Alaiio, Chchardy, Edwards, Mire,
Raybuin, Nunez, Winchester, Mauberret, Slay and Plan-
chard:

A PROPOSAL
Making provisions for homestead exemptions.

Read.

On motion of Delegate Alario the Proposal was returned to
the Calendar, subject to call.

DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 17—

Introduced by Delegate Planchard:
A PROPOSAL
Making provisions prohibiting lotteries.



On motion of Delegate Planchard the Proposal was re-
turned to the Calendar, subject to call.

DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 20—

Introduced by Delegate Jack:

A PROPOSAL
Limiting the number of proposed constitutional amendments
that may be submitted to the voters at any one election.

Read.

On motion of Delegate Fulco the Proposal was withdrawn
from the files of the Convention.

DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 21—

Introduced by Delegate Jack:

A PROPOSAL
Making provisions for a deduction in state income taxes
for federal income tax payments made during the same
period.
Read.

On motion of Delegate Fulco the Proposal was withdrawn
from the files of the Convention.



On motion of Delegate Conroy Delegate Proposal No. 22
was called from the Calendar.

DELEGATE PROPOSAL No. 22—

Introduced by Delegates Conroy and Newton:
A PROPOSAL
To provide for the prohibition of certain enumerated local
and special laws.

Read.

Section 12. Except as otherwise provided in this constitu-
tion, the legislature shall not pass any local or special law:

(1) For the holding and conducting of elections, or fixing
or changing the place of voting.

(2) Changing the names of persons: authorizing the
adoption or legitimation of children or the emancipation of
minors; affecting the estates of minors or persons under
disabilities; granting divorces; changing the law of descent
or succession; giving effect to informal or invalid wills or
deeds or to any illegal disposition of property.

(3) Concerning any civil or criminal actions, including
changing the venue in civil or criminal cases, or regulating
the practice or jurisdiction of any court, or changing the
rules of evidence in any judicial proceeding or inquiry be-
fore courts, or providing or changing methods for the col-



lection of debts or the enforcement of judgments, or pre-
scribing the effects of judicial sales.




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