Paragraphs I through VIII of this section are for the purpose of providing an effective
method of financing the state's needs and their provisions and any law now or hereafter
enacted by the General Assembly in furtherance of their provisions shall be liberally
construed to effect such purpose. Insofar as any such provisions or any such law may be inconsistent with any other
provisions of this Constitution or of any other law, the provisions of such Paragraphs
and laws enacted in furtherance of such Paragraphs shall be controlling; provided,
however, the provisions of such Paragraphs shall not be so broadly construed as to
cause the same to be unconstitutional and in connection with any such construction
such Paragraphs shall be deemed to contain such implied limitations as shall be required
to accomplish the foregoing.
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