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41-1904. Recommendations

A. The governor shall include, in the budget next transmitted by him to the legislature after the date of the submission of the report and recommendations of the commission, his own recommendations with respect to the exact rates of pay which he deems advisable for those offices and positions subject to this chapter.

B. All or part, as the case may be, of the recommendations of the governor transmitted to the legislature in the budget relating to salaries shall become effective on the first Monday of January of the next calendar year following the transmittal of his recommendations in the budget, but only to the extent that between the date of transmittal of such recommendations in the budget and the ninetieth day following the transmittal of his recommendations:

1. No statute has been enacted which establishes rates of pay other than those proposed by all or part of such recommendations.

2. Neither house of the legislature specifically disapproves all or part of such recommendations. In case of either of a legislative enactment or disapproval by either house, the recommendations are effective only insofar as not altered or disapproved.

C. Any part of the recommendations of the governor may, in accordance with express provisions of express recommendations, be made operative on a date later than the date on which such recommendations otherwise would take effect.

D. The recommendations of the commission as to legislative salaries shall be certified by it to the secretary of state and the secretary of state shall submit to the qualified electors at the next regular general election the question, "Shall the recommendations of the commission on salaries for elective state officers concerning legislative salaries be accepted? Yes /__/ No /__/". Such recommendations if approved by the electors shall become effective at the beginning of the next regular legislative session without any other authorizing legislation.

E. The recommendations of the governor transmitted to the legislature under this chapter shall, upon their effective date, supersede all provisions of law in conflict therewith. The recommendations of the governor which do take effect shall be published with the laws of the state.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1904

41-1904. Recommendations

A. The governor shall include, in the budget next transmitted by him to the legislature after the date of the submission of the report and recommendations of the commission, his own recommendations with respect to the exact rates of pay which he deems advisable for those offices and positions subject to this chapter.

B. All or part, as the case may be, of the recommendations of the governor transmitted to the legislature in the budget relating to salaries shall become effective on the first Monday of January of the next calendar year following the transmittal of his recommendations in the budget, but only to the extent that between the date of transmittal of such recommendations in the budget and the ninetieth day following the transmittal of his recommendations:

1. No statute has been enacted which establishes rates of pay other than those proposed by all or part of such recommendations.

2. Neither house of the legislature specifically disapproves all or part of such recommendations. In case of either of a legislative enactment or disapproval by either house, the recommendations are effective only insofar as not altered or disapproved.

C. Any part of the recommendations of the governor may, in accordance with express provisions of express recommendations, be made operative on a date later than the date on which such recommendations otherwise would take effect.

D. The recommendations of the commission as to legislative salaries shall be certified by it to the secretary of state and the secretary of state shall submit to the qualified electors at the next regular general election the question, "Shall the recommendations of the commission on salaries for elective state officers concerning legislative salaries be accepted? Yes /__/ No /__/". Such recommendations if approved by the electors shall become effective at the beginning of the next regular legislative session without any other authorizing legislation.

E. The recommendations of the governor transmitted to the legislature under this chapter shall, upon their effective date, supersede all provisions of law in conflict therewith. The recommendations of the governor which do take effect shall be published with the laws of the state.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1904

41-1904. Recommendations

A. The governor shall include, in the budget next transmitted by him to the legislature after the date of the submission of the report and recommendations of the commission, his own recommendations with respect to the exact rates of pay which he deems advisable for those offices and positions subject to this chapter.

B. All or part, as the case may be, of the recommendations of the governor transmitted to the legislature in the budget relating to salaries shall become effective on the first Monday of January of the next calendar year following the transmittal of his recommendations in the budget, but only to the extent that between the date of transmittal of such recommendations in the budget and the ninetieth day following the transmittal of his recommendations:

1. No statute has been enacted which establishes rates of pay other than those proposed by all or part of such recommendations.

2. Neither house of the legislature specifically disapproves all or part of such recommendations. In case of either of a legislative enactment or disapproval by either house, the recommendations are effective only insofar as not altered or disapproved.

C. Any part of the recommendations of the governor may, in accordance with express provisions of express recommendations, be made operative on a date later than the date on which such recommendations otherwise would take effect.

D. The recommendations of the commission as to legislative salaries shall be certified by it to the secretary of state and the secretary of state shall submit to the qualified electors at the next regular general election the question, "Shall the recommendations of the commission on salaries for elective state officers concerning legislative salaries be accepted? Yes /__/ No /__/". Such recommendations if approved by the electors shall become effective at the beginning of the next regular legislative session without any other authorizing legislation.

E. The recommendations of the governor transmitted to the legislature under this chapter shall, upon their effective date, supersede all provisions of law in conflict therewith. The recommendations of the governor which do take effect shall be published with the laws of the state.

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