Determinants of Legislator Compensation in California and the Residual Impacts of Proposition 1A

@article{Propheter2011DeterminantsOL,
  title={Determinants of Legislator Compensation in California and the Residual Impacts of Proposition 1A},
  author={Geoffrey Propheter},
  journal={California Journal of Politics and Policy},
  year={2011},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-22}
}
  • Geoffrey Propheter
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • California Journal of Politics and Policy
  • THE CALIFORNIA Journal of Politics & Policy Volume 3, Issue 1 Determinants of Legislator Compensation in California and the Residual Impacts of Proposition 1A Geoffrey Propheter George Washington University Abstract After cutting legislator pay by 18% in 2009, the California Citizens Compensation Commission, an independent body charged with determining the pay of statewide elected officials, opted to forego an additional 10% cut in 2010. Since 1990, the Commission has raised legislators’ mean… CONTINUE READING

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