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Article III Section 26 Pennsylvania Constitution

Article III Section 26 Pennsylvania Constitution

Article III Section 26 Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is about Extra Compensation Prohibited; Claims Against the Commonwealth; Pensions. Article III is titled Legislation, it has 32 sections.

Extra Compensation Prohibited; Claims Against the Commonwealth; Pensions

No bill shall be passed giving any extra compensation to any public officer, servant, employee, agent or contractor after services shall be rendered or contract made, nor providing for the payment of any claim against the Commonwealth without previous authority of law. Provided, however, that nothing in this Constitution shall be construed to prohibit the General Assembly from authorizing the increase of retirement allowances or pensions of members of a retirement or pension system now in effect or hereafter legally constituted by the Commonwealth, its political subdivisions, agencies or instrumentalities, after the termination of the services of said member.


See also: Article III Section 25 Pennsylvania Constitution

See also  Article I Section 20 Pennsylvania Constitution - Right of Petition

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