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California Proposition 28, the California Change in Term Limits Initiative is on the June 5, 2012 ballot in California as an initiated constitutional amendment.
Proposition 28, if voters approve it, will:
Reduce the total number of years a politician can serve in the California State Legislature from 14 years to 12 years.
Permit a legislator to serve these 12 years in either the California State Senate or the California State Assembly. This change would increase the number of years that a legislator could serve in either of those chambers. Proposition 28 would increase the number of years a legislator could remain in the California State Assembly from 6 years to 12 years. It would increase the number of years a legislator could remain in the California State Senate from 8 years to 12 years.
The changes would not apply to any legislator who is already in office at the time that the initiative goes into effect (if it does go into effect); the rules governing the terms of those who are in the California State Legislature as of June 5, 2012 would be calculated under the previous rules.
California voters imposed term limits on the California Legislature in 1990, when they voted in favor of Proposition 140. Proposition 28, if it is approved, will alter Proposition 140