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Salary and Benefit Resolution, June 20, 2014

WHEREAS, the California Citizens Compensation Commission was established by the voters' passage of Proposition 112 on June 5, 1990; and
 
WHEREAS, Proposition 112 directs the Commission to establish the annual salary and the medical, dental, insurance and other similar benefits for the State's elected officers; and
 
WHEREAS, Proposition 112 directs the Commission to consider specified criteria in establishing these salaries and benefits, including the compensation received by other elected and appointed officials in California, and the judiciary; be it
 
RESOLVED, that effective December 1, 2014, the annual salaries and benefits for State officers shall be as follows:
 
  1. The current annual salaries for State officers shall be:
     
    Annual salary by State officer
    State OfficerAnnual Salary 
    Governor$177,467
    ​Lieutenant Governor​$133,100
    ​Attorney General​$154,150
    ​Controller​$141,973
    ​Treasurer​$141,973
    ​Secretary of State​​$133,100
    ​Superintendent of Public Instruction$154,150
    ​Insurance Commissioner$141,973
    ​Member, Board of Equalization$133,100
    ​Members, State Legislature$ 97,197​
    ​Assembly Speaker/Senate President pro Tem​$111,776
    ​Minority Floor Leader​$111,776
    ​Majority Floor Leader​$104,486
    ​Second Ranking Minority Leader​​$104,486

     

  2. State officers shall continue to be eligible for health benefits under the Public Employees' Medical and Hospital Care Act. The State contributions toward monthly premiums shall be reduced ten (10) percent from the amounts that are made for State employees who are designated managerial under Section 18801.1 of the Government Code.
     
  3. State officers other than members of the Legislature shall continue to be eligible for the dental, vision, life insurance, and employee assistance programs that are provided to State employees who are designated managerial under Section 18801.1 of the Government Code. The State contributions toward monthly premiums shall be reduced ten (10) percent from the amounts made for State employees who are designated managerial under Section 18801.1 of the Government Code. State Officers other than members of the Legislature shall continue to be eligible for legal services, flexible benefits, long-term care, long term disability, and deferred compensation programs at their own expense. These programs have no State contribution and none shall be made for these State officers, except as authorized by the Commission. 
     
  4. Members of the Legislature shall continue to be eligible for the dental, vision, long-term disability, life insurance, and employee assistance programs. The State contributions toward monthly premiums shall be reduced ten (10) percent from the amounts made for State employees who are designated managerial under Section 18801.1 of the Government Code. The types and levels of benefits provided by these programs shall remain substantially the same. Members of the Legislature shall continue to be eligible for legal services, long-term disability, flexible benefits, long-term care, and deferred compensation programs at their own expense. These programs have no State contribution and none shall be made for these State officers, except as authorized by the Commission.
Updated 12/2/2014
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