Any constitutional amendment or revision must be submitted to the
voters and shall become a part of the Constitution only when approved by a majority of the votes
cast thereon. The Legislature may provide for the withdrawal by its sponsors of an initiated
amendment at any time prior to its submission to the voters.
History: 1889 Const., art. XXIII, § 1; amendment proposed by SL 1963, ch 342, rejected Nov.
3, 1964; amendment proposed by SL 1970, ch 6, rejected Nov. 3, 1970; amendment proposed by
SL 1972, ch 4, approved Nov. 7, 1972.