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AGO Opinions with Topic: LEGISLATIVE POWER
AGO 1964 No. 91 >  March 13, 1964
COUNTIES - LEGISLATIVE POWER - COUNTY COMMISSIONERS - INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM - NO CONSTITUTIONAL OR STATUTORY PROVISION PROVIDING FOR DIRECT LEGISLATION BY COUNTY RESIDENTS
COUNTIES ‑- LEGISLATIVE POWER ‑- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ‑- INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM ‑- NO CONSTITUTIONAL OR STATUTORY PROVISION PROVIDING FOR DIRECT LEGISLATION BY COUNTY RESIDENTS (1) Under existing state law the residents of a county do not have the power to enact county-wide legislation by initiative. (2) The residents of a county do not have the power of referendum under existing state law in regard to ordinances or regulations duly enacted by a board of county commissioners.
AGO 1953 No. 5 >  April 13, 1953
POWERS OF GOVERNOR - VETO - LEGISLATIVE POWER - CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF LEGISLATURE
POWERS OF GOVERNOR ‑- VETO ‑- LEGISLATIVE POWER ‑- CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ‑- EXTRAORDINARY SESSION OF LEGISLATURE The call of a special extraordinary session of the legislature does not deprive the Governor of his constitutional power to veto bills within ten days after presentment to him and after adjournment of the legislature when the general adjournment of the legislature has prevented the return within the five‑day period.
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