Index: A-I

Index to the Maine Constitution - A through I


ABSENT MEMBERS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 3
ABSENTEE VOTING
      Article II, Section 4
ABUSING (CONTEMPT OF THE HOUSE OR SENATE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 6
ACADEMIES
      Article VIII, Part First, Section 1
ACCUSED
      Article I, Section 6
ACT (DEFINITION OF "MEASURE")
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
ACTS
  Become effective in 90 days after recess
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 16
  People's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 17
  Records kept by secretary
      Article V, Part Second, Section 4
ADHERING TO ITS ENEMIES
      Article I, Section 12
ADJOURNMENT
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 2
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 3
  Governor
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
  House and Senate
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 12
  Recess definition
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
ADJUTANT GENERAL
      Article VII, Section 3
  Incompatible offices
      Article IX, Section 2
AFFIRMATION (OATH OF OFFICE)
      Article IX, Section 1
AGE OF 18 YEARS (ELECTORS)
      Article II, Section 1
AGE OF 21 YEARS (HOUSE MEMBERS)
      Article IV, Part First, Section 4
AGE OF 25 YEARS (SENATORS)
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 6
AGE OF 30 YEARS (GOVERNOR)
      Article V, Part First, Section 4
AGRICULTURAL (MORTGAGE LOANS)
      Article IX, Section 14-A
AGRICULTURAL LANDS (ASSESSMENT)
      Article IX, Section 8
AID AND COMFORT
      Article I, Section 12
ALLOCATIONS (TREASURER)
      Article V, Part Third, Section 4
AMENDING THIS CONSTITUTION
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 15
AMENDMENT OF THE STATE CONSTITUTION
  (NOT SUBJECT TO INITIATIVE
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 18
AMENDMENTS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 9
AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION
      Article X, Section 4
APPOINTED OFFICIAL (OATHS)
      Article IX, Section 1
APPOINTMENT
  Adjutant general
      Article VII, Section 3
  Attorney general vacancy
      Article IX, Section 11
  Enemy attack
      Article IX, Section 17
  Judges and registers of probate, vacancies
      Article VI, Section 6
  Military officers
      Article VII, Section 1
APPOINTMENT OF NOMINEE (BY GOVERNOR)
      Article V, Part First, Section 8
APPORTIONMENT (HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES)
      Article IV, Part First, Section 2
APPORTIONMENT COMMISSION
      Article IV, Part First, Section 3
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
  Senate
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 2
APPORTIONMENT PLAN
  House of Representatives
      Article IV, Part First, Section 3
  Senate
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 2
APPROPRIATION
  And sale of bonds
      Article V, Part Third, Section 5
  Treasurer
      Article V, Part Third, Section 4
ARMAMENT (MILITIA)
      Article VII, Section 4
ARMED FORCES
      Article II, Section 4
ARMS.
      Article I, Section 16
ARMY
  Governor is commander in chief
      Article V, Part First, Section 7
  No standing
      Article I, Section 17
ARMY OR NAVY
      Article I, Section 14
      Article I, Section 7
ARREST (MEMBERS EXEMPT FROM)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 8
ARREST ON THE DAYS OF ELECTION
      Article II, Section 2
ASSAULTING (CONTEMPT OF THE HOUSE OR SENATE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 6
ASSEMBLE
      Article I, Section 15
ASSESSMENT OF CERTAIN LANDS
      Article IX, Section 2
ASSESSORS (AMENDMENTS TO CONSTITUTION)
      Article X, Section 4
ATTAINDER
      Article I, Section 11
ATTESTED COPIES OF VOTING LISTS BY THE CLERKS
  (SENATE ELECTION)
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 3
ATTORNEY GENERAL
      Article IX, Section 11
  Incompatible offices
      Article IX, Section 2
AUGUSTA (SEAT OF GOVERNMENT)
      Article IX, Section 16
BAIL
      Article I, Section 9
BAILABLE OFFENSES;
      Article I, Section 10
BALLOT
      Article II, Section 1
  Election of secretary of state
      Article V, Part Second, Section 1
  Election of treasurer
      Article V, Part Third, Section 1
  Gubernatorial election
      Article V, Part First, Section 3
BARRACK OR MILITARY PLACE
      Article II, Section 1
"BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF
  THE STATE OF MAINE."
      Article IV, Part First, Section 1
BEAR ARMS
      Article I, Section 16
BEHAVIOR
  Contempt of the House or Senate
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 6
  House and Senate members
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 4
BEST USE
      Article IX, Section 8
BILL OF ATTAINDER
      Article I, Section 11
BILLS
  Citizen initiative
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 18
  Definition of "measure"
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
  Either House may originate
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 9
  People's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 17
  Revenue
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 9
  To be signed by the Governor
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 2
BILLS, ORDERS OR RESOLUTIONS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 9
BOATS (TAXATION)
      Article IX, Section 8
BOND (TREASURER)
      Article V, Part Third, Section 2
BONDING REGULATIONS (TREASURER)
      Article V, Part Third, Section 5
BONDS
      Article IX, Section 14
      Article IX, Section 14-A
  Education
      Article VIII, Part First, Section 2
  Indian housing
      Article IX, Section 14-C
  Maine school building authority
      Article IX, Section 14-B
  Veterans mortgage loans
      Article IX, Section 14-D
BOUNDARIES (HOUSE DISTRICTS)
      Article IV, Part First, Section 2
BREACH OF THE PEACE
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 8
BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS
      Article IX, Section 13
BRIDGES (HIGHWAY FUND)
      Article IX, Section 19
BUDGET DOCUMENT
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
BUDGET FOR THE APPORTIONING COMMISSION
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
BUILDINGS FOR INDUSTRIAL USE
      Article VIII, Part Second, Section 2
CANDIDATES (GOVERNOR VACANCY)
      Article V, Part First, Section 14
CAPITAL OFFENSES
      Article I, Section 10
CAPITAL OR INFAMOUS CRIME
      Article I, Section 7
CENSUS
      Article IV, Part First, Section 2
CERTIFICATE OF THE OFFICIAL AUTHORIZED BY
 LAW TO MAINTAIN THE VOTING LIST
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
CERTIFICATION OF PETITIONS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
CHAIRPERSON (OF POLITICAL PARTIES,
  APPORTIONMENT COMMISSION)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
CHANGE OF USE
      Article IX, Section 8
CHARTERS
      Article VIII, Part Second, Section 1
CHIEF JUSTICE
  Arranges constitution
      Article X, Section 6
  Temporary disability of Governor
      Article V, Part First, Section 15
  Oaths of office
      Article IX, Section 1
CIRCULATOR (DEFINITION OF)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES OF
  THE AGE OF 18 YEARS AND UPWARD
      Article II, Section 1
CITY AND TOWN CLERKS (HOUSE ELECTIONS)
      Article IV, Part First, Section 5
CITY CLERKS (SENATE ELECTIONS)
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 3
CITY COUNCIL MAY ESTABLISH
  DIRECT INITIATIVE AND PEOPLE'S VETO
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 21
CIVIL OFFICE (REMOVAL)
      Article IX, Section 5
CIVIL OFFICERS (MANNER OF SELECTION)
      Article V, Part First, Section 8
CIVIL RIGHTS
      Article I, Section 6-A
CIVIL SUITS
      Article I, Section 20
CLEMENCY
      Article V, Part First, Section 11
CLERK OF THE HOUSE
      Article IV, Part First, Section 3
      Article IV, Part First, Section 7
CLERKS OF THE CITIES AND TOWNS
  House elections
        Article IV, Part First, Section 5
  Senate elections
        Article IV, Part Second, Section 3
CLERKS OF THE JUDICIAL COURTS
  (INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES)
        Article IX, Section 2
COLLEGES
        Article VIII, Part First, Section 1
COLOR OF AMENDMENT
        Article IV, Part Third, Section 9
COMMANDER IN CHIEF (GOVERNOR)
        Article V, Part First, Section 7
COMMERCIAL MARINE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
        Article IX, Section 22
COMMISSION (APPORTIONMENT)
        Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
COMMISSION (OATHS)
        Article IX, Section 1
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE MILITIA
        Article VII, Section 1
COMMISSIONS
        Article IX, Section 3
COMMON GOOD
        Article I, Section 15
COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT (TAX POWER)
        Article IX, Section 8
COMMUTATIONS
      Article V, Part First, Section 11
COMPENSATION
  For taking private property
      Article I, Section 21
  Governor
      Article V, Part First, Section 6
  Judges
      Article VI, Section 2
  Senators and Representatives
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 7
  Temporary disability of Governor
      Article V, Part First, Section 15
COMPETING MEASURES (CITIZEN INITIATIVE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 18
COMPLAINT (REMOVAL OF SHERIFFS)
      Article IX, Section 10
CONFESSION IN OPEN COURT
      Article I, Section 12
CONFIRMATION (GOVERNOR APPOINTEES)
      Article V, Part First, Section 8
CONGRESS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 11
  Incompatible offices
      Article IX, Section 2
CONSCIENCES
      Article I, Section 3
CONSENT OF THE PEOPLE
      Article I, Section 22
CONSTITUTION
  Amendments
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 15
      Article X, Section 4
  Arranged by chief justice
      Article X, Section 6
  Enrolled
      Article X, Section 6
  Omitted sections
      Article X, Section 7
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 15
CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS FOR INDUSTRIAL USE
      Article VIII, Part Second, Section 2
CONTAGIOUS SICKNESS (AND LEGISLATIVE ADJOURNMENT)
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
CONTEMPT (OF THE HOUSE OR SENATE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 6
CONTINUITY OF GOVERNMENT IN CASE OF ENEMY ATTACK
      Article IX, Section 17
CONTRACT-IMPAIRMENT LAWS PROHIBITED
      Article I, Section 11
CONTROVERSIES CONCERNING PROPERTY
      Article I, Section 20
CONVENE (LEGISLATURE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1
CONVENES THE LEGISLATURE ON EXTRAORDINARY OCCASIONS
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
CONVENTION
  Attorney general election
      Article IX, Section 11
  Constitutional
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 15
  Election of secretary of state
      Article V, Part Second, Section 1
  Election of treasurer
      Article V, Part Third, Section 1
CONVICTIONS
      Article I, Section 7
CORONERS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 11
CORPORAL PUNISHMENT UNDER MILITARY LAW
      Article I, Section 14
CORPORATION
  Emergency bills
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 16
  Municipal bonds for local industrial development
      Article VIII, Part Second, Section 2
CORPORATIONS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 14
CORRUPTION OF BLOOD
      Article I, Section 11
COST-SHARING FORMULA (SCHOOL TAXES)
      Article IX, Section 8
COUNSEL
      Article I, Section 20
COUNSEL TO THE ACCUSED
      Article I, Section 6
COUNTIES
  Electing judges
      Article VI, Section 6
  Electing registers of probate
      Article VI, Section 6
  Sheriff tenure
      Article IX, Section 10
COURTS
      Article VI, Section 1
CREDIT OF THE STATE
      Article IX, Section 14
CRIME
      Article I, Section 7
CRUEL OR UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS PROHIBITED
      Article I, Section 9
CURRENT USE
      Article IX, Section 2
DANGER
      Article I, Section 14
  And legislative adjournment
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
DAY OF ELECTION
      Article II, Section 2
      Article II, Section 3
DEATH
  Governor
      Article V, Part First, Section 14
  House members
      Article IV, Part First, Section 6
  Judges and registers of probate
      Article VI, Section 6
  Senators
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 5
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
      Article I
DEFENSE
      Preamble
DEFINITION OF
  "ELECTORS," "PEOPLE," "RECESS OF LEGISLATURE"
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
DELINQUENCY (PARDONS)
      Article V, Part First, Section 11
DEPARTMENTS (RECORDS)
      Article V, Part Second, Section 4
DEPUTIES (INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES)
      Article IX, Section 2
DEPUTY SECRETARIES OF STATE
      Article V, Part Second, Section 1-A
      Article V, Part Second, Section 2
      Article V, Part Second, Section 3
  Commissions
      Article IX, Section 3
DEPUTY TREASURER (TREASURER VACANCY)
      Article V, Part Third, Section 1-A
DIRECT INITIATIVE
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 18
  People's veto, municipal
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 21
  Written petitions
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
DIRECT INITIATIVE, THE ELECTION OFFICERS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 22
DISABILITY OF THE GOVERNOR
      Article V, Part First, Section 14
DISABILITY OF THE GOVERNOR (TEMPORARY)
      Article V, Part First, Section 15
DISCRIMINATION AGAINST PERSONS PROHIBITED
      Article I, Section 6-A
DISEASE (AND LEGISLATIVE ADJOURNMENT)
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
DISORDERLY BEHAVIOR
  Contempt of the House or Senate
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 6
  House and Senate members
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 4
DISQUALIFICATIONS (GOVERNOR)
      Article V, Part First, Section 5
DISQUALIFIED TO BE MEMBERS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 11
DISRESPECTFUL OR DISORDERLY BEHAVIOR (CONTEMPT OF THE HOUSE OR
SENATE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 6
DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS
      Article III
DISTRICT ATTORNEY (INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES)
      Article IX, Section 2
DISTRICTS
  Apportionment commission
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
  House of Representatives
      Article IV, Part First, Section 2
  Senate
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 2
  Voting
      Article IX, Section 12
DOUBLE JEOPARDY.
      Article I, Section 8
DUE COURSE OF LAW
      Article I, Section 19
DUE NOTICE (REMOVAL OF SHERIFFS)
      Article IX, Section 10
DUE PROCESS OF LAW
      Article I, Section 6-A
DUTY
      Article I, Section 22
EDUCATION
      Article VIII, Part First
EFFECTIVE DATE OF ACTS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 16
EFFECTIVE DATE OF MEASURES
   (INITIATIVE/REFERENDUM/PEOPLE'S VETO)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 19
ELECTED OFFICIAL (OATHS)
      Article IX, Section 1
ELECTION
  Amendments to constitution
      Article X, Section 4
  Bribery
      Article IX, Section 13
  Citizen initiative
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 18
  Definition of statewide
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
  Electing judges and registers of probate
      Article VI, Section 6
  Electors
      Article II
  Enemy attack
      Article IX, Section 17
  Governor
      Article V, Part First, Section 3
  Governor vacancy
      Article V, Part First, Section 14
  January, legislature
      Article IX, Section 4
  Judges
      Article VI, Section 6
  Municipal initiative and people's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 21
  Officers and officials
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 22
  Officials of the various towns, for House elections
      Article IV, Part First, Section 5
  People's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 17
  Representatives
      Article IV, Part First, Section 5
  Secretary of state
      Article V, Part Second, Section 1
  Senators
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 3
  Sheriffs
      Article IX, Section 10
  State debt
      Article IX, Section 14
  Time of
      Article II, Section 4
  Treasurer
      Article V, Part Third, Section 1
  Voting districts
      Article IX, Section 12
ELECTORS
      Article II
  Definition of
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
  Exempt from arrests on election days
      Article II, Section 2
EMERGENCY BILL DEFINED
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 16
EMERGENCY LEGISLATION (INITIATIVE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 18
EMINENT DOMAIN
      Article IX, Section 8
EMPLOYMENT OF MAINE'S VETERANS
      Article IX, Section 14-D
ENEMIES
      Article I, Section 12
ENEMY (AND LEGISLATIVE ADJOURNMENT)
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
ENTERPRISES
      Article VIII, Part Second, Section 2
EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS
      Article I, Section 6-A
EQUALLY UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE LAWS
      Article I, Section 3
ESTATE
      Article I, Section 11
ESTATES
  Taxation
      Article IX, Section 8
  Valuation
      Article IX, Section 7
EVIDENCE
      Article I, Section 4
EVIDENCE AGAINST HIMSELF OR HERSELF
      Article I, Section 6
EX POST FACTO
      Article I, Section 11
EXCISE TAX
      Article IX, Section 8
  Watercraft, taxation
      Article IX, Section 8
EXCISE TAX TRUST FUND (MINING)
      Article IX, Section 20
EXCISES (HIGHWAY FUND)
      Article IX, Section 19
EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS (RECORDS)
      Article V, Part Second, Section 4
EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY
      Article V, Part First, Section 11
EXECUTIVE OFFICIAL (OATHS)
      Article IX, Section 1
EXECUTIVE POWER
      Article V, Part First
EXEMPTION FROM MILITARY DUTY
      Article II, Section 3
EXPEL MEMBERS
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 4
EXPENDITURES (TREASURER)
      Article V, Part Third, Section 5
EXPENSES (SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 7
EXTRAORDINARY OCCASIONS
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
FARMS (ASSESSMENT)
      Article IX, Section 8
FEDERAL REVENUES (FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE)
      Article IX, Section 22
FEES
  Fisheries and wildlife
      Article IX, Section 22
  Highway fund
      Article IX, Section 19
FELONY
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 8
FELONY OR BREACH OF THE PEACE
      Article II, Section 2
FINES
      Article I, Section 9
  Fisheries and wildlife
      Article IX, Section 22
FIRST DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE
      Article V, Part Second, Section 1-A
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT REVENUES
      Article IX, Section 22
FISHING (MORTGAGE LOANS)
      Article IX, Section 14-A
FISHING VESSEL
      Article IX, Section 14-A
FLOOR LEADER OF THE HOUSE
  (APPORTIONMENT COMMISSION)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
FLOOR LEADER OF THE SENATE
  (APPORTIONMENT COMMISSION)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
FORFEITURE OF ESTATE
      Article I, Section 11
FRANCHISE OR A LICENSE
  (EMERGENCY BILLS)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 16
FREE
    Article I, Section 1
FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATE
    Preamble
FREEDOM OF DEBATE
    Article IV, Part Third, Section 8
FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND PUBLICATION
    Article I, Section 4
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
      Article I, Section 4
FUEL REVENUES
      Article IX, Section 19
GAME MANAGEMENT (ASSESSMENT)
      Article IX, Section 8
GARRISON, BARRACK OR MILITARY PLACE
      Article II, Section 1
GENERAL FUND
  And bond interest
      Article V, Part Third, Section 5
  Temporary loans
      Article IX, Section 14
GENERAL OR SPECIAL ELECTION (STATE DEBT)
      Article IX, Section 14
GOD
      Article I, Section 3
      Preamble
GOOD BEHAVIOR
      Article I, Section 23
GOSPEL
      Article VII, Section 5
GOVERNMENT
  Continuity in case of enemy attack
        Article IX, Section 17
  Seat of
      Article IX, Section 16
GOVERNOR
      Article V, Part First
  Adjourns the legislature
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
  Age requirement
      Article V, Part First, Section 4
  Appoints adjutant general
      Article VII, Section 3
  Appoints judicial officers
      Article V, Part First, Section 8
  Approval, apportionment plan for House
      Article IV, Part First, Section 3
  Approval, Senate reapportionment
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 2
  Attorney general vacancy
      Article IX, Section 11
  Bill approval and disapproval
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 2
  Commander in chief
      Article V, Part First, Section 7
  Commissions militia officers
      Article VII, Section 1
  Commissions
      Article IX, Section 3
  Compensation
      Article V, Part First, Section 6
  Convenes the legislature on extraordinary occasions
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
  Disqualifications
      Article V, Part First, Section 5
  Election
      Article V, Part First, Section 3
  Examines lists of votes for Representatives
      Article IV, Part First, Section 5
  Examines lists of votes for Senators
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 4
  House elections
      Article IV, Part First, Section 5
  Incompatible offices
      Article V, Part First, Section 5
  Judges and registers of probate vacancies
      Article VI, Section 6
  May change the place of legislature's meeting
      Article V, Part First, Section 13
  May require information
      Article V, Part First, Section 10
  Mental or physical disability, temporary
      Article V, Part First, Section 15
  Mental or physical disability
      Article V, Part First, Section 14
  Militia administration
      Article VII, Section 4
  Mining tax trust fund
      Article IX, Section 20
  Oath of office
      Article IX, Section 1
  People's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 17
  Power to appoint officers
      Article V, Part First, Section 8
  Power to pardon
      Article V, Part First, Section 11
  Proclamation date following initiative/referendum/People's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 19
  Qualifications
      Article V, Part First, Section 4
  Reelection eligibility
      Article V, Part First, Section 2
  Removal of officers
      Article IX, Section 5
  Removal of sheriffs
      Article IX, Section 10
  Requires supreme judicial court opinion
      Article VI, Section 3
  Shall enforce the laws
      Article V, Part First, Section 12
  Shall issue a proclamation for special Senate election
Article IV, Part Second, Section 5
  State of the state message
      Article V, Part First, Section 9
  10 days to act on legislation
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 2
  Tenure of civil officers
      Article IX, Section 6
  Term limit
      Article V, Part First, Section 2
  Term of office
      Article V, Part First, Section 2
  Time of election
      Article II, Section 4
  Vacancy
      Article V, Part First, Section 14
      Article IX, Section 4
  Veto power limited for initiative/referendum/People's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 19
GRAND JURY
      Article I, Section 7
GRIEVANCES
      Article I, Section 15
GUARDIANSHIP FOR REASONS OF MENTAL ILLNESS
      Article II, Section 1
HABEAS CORPUS
      Article I, Section 10
HAPPINESS
      Article I, Section 1
      Article I, Section 2
HEALTH OR SAFETY (EMERGENCY
  BILLS)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 16
HEARING
  Removal of civil officers
      Article IX, Section 5
  Removal of sheriffs
      Article IX, Section 10
HEARINGS ON ANY PLAN FOR APPORTIONMENT
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
HEREDITARY DISTINCTION, PRIVILEGE, HONOR
  OR EMOLUMENT
      Article I, Section 23
HIGHER EDUCATION
      Article VIII, Part First, Section 2
HIGHER USE
      Article IX, Section 8
HIGHEST AND BEST USE
      Article IX, Section 8
HIGHWAY FUND
      Article IX, Section 19
  Temporary loans
      Article IX, Section 14
HOME RULE
      Article VIII, Part Second
HOME RULE FOR MUNICIPALITIES
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 16
HOUSE MEMBERS
      see Representatives
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
      Article IV, Part First
  Adjournments
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 12
  Amendments to constitution
      Article X, Section 4
  Apportionment commission
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 1-A
  Choose own officers
      Article IV, Part First, Section 7
  Confirmation procedure for Governor appointees
      Article V, Part First, Section 8
  Gubernatorial election
      Article V, Part First, Section 3
  Impeachment
      Article IV, Part First, Section 8
  Journal
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 5
  Journal, removal of civil officers
      Article IX, Section 5
  Judge of its elections
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 3
  Majority
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 3
  May originate bills
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 9
  May punish and expel members
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 4
  Originates revenue bills
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 9
  Quorum
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 3
  Records kept by secretary
      Article V, Part Second, Section 4
  Requires supreme judicial court opinion
      Article VI, Section 3
  Rules
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 4
  To fill Governor vacancy
      Article V, Part First, Section 14
  Vacancies
      Article IV, Part First, Section 6
HOUSING (INDIAN, MORTGAGE LOANS)
      Article IX, Section 14-C
IMMUNITIES
      Article I, Section 19
IMPARTIAL TRIAL
      Article I, Section 6
IMPEACHMENT
      Article I, Section 6
      Article I, Section 7
  House
      Article IV, Part First, Section 8
  Judicial officers
      Article VI, Section 4
  No pardon power
      Article V, Part First, Section 11
  Senate role
      Article IV, Part Second, Section 7
IMPEACHMENT OR ADDRESS
      Article IX, Section 5
IMPRISONMENT (CONTEMPT OF THE HOUSE OR SENATE)
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 6
INCAPACITATED (FOR VOTING)
      Article II, Section 4
INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES
      Article IX, Section 2
  Governor
      Article V, Part First, Section 5
  House and Senate members
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 10
  Judicial
      Article VI, Section 5
INDEPENDENT
      Article I, Section 1
INDIAN HOUSING (MORTGAGE LOANS)
      Article IX, Section 14-C
INDIAN TRIBE (STATE DEBT)
      Article IX, Section 14
INDIANS.
      Article II, between Section 1 and 2
INDICTMENT
      Article I, Section 7
INDICTMENT OF A GRAND JURY
      Article I, Section 7
INDUSTRIAL (MORTGAGE LOANS)
      Article IX, Section 14-A
INDUSTRIAL USE
      Article VIII, Part Second, Section 2
INFAMOUS CRIME
      Article I, Section 7
INITIATIVE
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 18
  Effective date
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 19
  Election officers
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 22
  People's veto
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 17
  People's veto, municipal
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 21
  Petition timetable
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
  Written petitions
      Article IV, Part Third, Section 20
INJURIES.
      Article I, Section 19
INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE
      Article IX, Section 22
INSURE MORTGAGE LOANS (AUTHORITY TO)
      Article IX, Section 14-A
INSURRECTION (STATE DEBT)
      Article IX, Section 14
INTANGIBLE PROPERTY
      Article IX, Section 8
  School taxes
      Article IX, Section 8
INTEREST (AND BONDS)
      Article V, Part Third, Section 5
INVASION
      Article I, Section 10
  State debt
      Article IX, Section 14

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