1 edition of 1996 ballot initiatives found in the catalog.
1996 ballot initiatives
|Statement||prepared by the Legislative Research Division, Nebraska Legislature ; formatting by Nancy Cherrington.|
|Series||LRD report ;, 96-2|
|Contributions||Nebraska. Legislature. Legislative Research Division.|
|LC Classifications||KFN419 .A25 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52, 8 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||96622693|
The initiative proponents may need to file a lawsuit against the local government to compel the local government to prepare and issue the ballot title and summary. Sometimes a local government may refuse to place a local Proposition initiative on the ballot even though the required number of signatures has been obtained and certified. Label the coming election on ballot measures the Do-Over Ballot. Many of the propositions headed for the November ballot are intended to re-do previous actions taken by voters and/or legislators. Removing some property tax limits, changing other property tax rules, undoing a ban on affirmative action, toughening criminal penalties—all these ballot measures are intended to [ ].
The Board refused to set a title, ballot title and submission clause, and summary for Initiative (Initiative) (attached as APPENDIX A) because it determined that the Initiative violated the single subject requirement of article V, section 1() of the Colorado Constitution and section , 1B C.R.S. ( Supp.). Ballot Measure 47 was an initiative in the U.S. state of Oregon that passed in , affecting the assessment of property taxes and instituting a double majority provision for tax legislation. Measure 50 was a revised version of the law, which also passed, after being referred to the voters by the state legislature.. Meas sometimes referred to as a "cut and cap" law, reduced.
The content of initiatives is described as general "subject matter" pending the issuance of an official ballot title and summary by the state Attorney General. Assigned Number: Filed: 01/05/ November 5, - Presidential General; Ma - Presidential Primary; November 7, - Consolidated Districts; June 6, - County Sales Tax & Woodlake Recreation; March 7, - Special Consolidated Election; November 8, - Gubernatorial General; June 7, - Gubernatorial Primary; Ap - Woodlake City Counsel.
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24 rows Twenty-six statewide ballot measures were on the and November 5, ballots in Oregon. Nine of the measures were legislatively referred constitutional amendments.
One of the measures was a veto referendum. Nine of the measures were initiated constitutional amendments. Seven of the measures were initiated state statutes. statewide ballot measures were on the ballot in in forty-one states. One statewide ballot measure was on the Ma ballot in Oklahoma.
The one measure was an initiated constitutional amendment.; The one measure was approved. Six statewide ballot measures were on the November 5, ballot in Oklahoma. All six of the measures were legislatively referred constitutional amendments.; All six of the measures were approved.
27 statewide ballot propositions were on the ballot in California, divided between the March 26 statewide primary ballot and the November 5 ballot.
Altogether, 14 of the propositions were approved. 13 were defeated. Ballot Measure 36 of increased the U.S. state of Oregon's minimum wage from $ to $ over a three-year period.
The measure was approved by voters in the 5 November general election, withvotes in favor andvotes against. The measure was placed on the ballot as a result of initiative petition. Proponents of the measure included labor unions, the Oregon State.
The book’s principal focus is the citizen-led, pro-democracy ballot initiatives that played a key role in the midterms. backed a ballot initiative to require the state to accept federal.
The Publicity Pamphlet is available in alternate formats. Arizona residents who need information about the ballot propositions in another format should contact the Election Division of the Secretary of State's office at / or / or TDD / Voter Registration Assistance.
The ballot titles and summaries, along with the entire Official Voter Information Guide for the November election, are now available for review until Aug.
10 on the Secretary of State’s. In an election year when state ballots contained an unusually large number of citizen-initiated ballot measures, Christians nationwide closely watched two referendums in Colorado, where voters.
Proposition voted by Californians in was the first in a long series of ballot initiatives proposed by other states limiting access to welfare programs and education to illegal immigrants. Local initiatives and referendums on sensitive political issues, such as illegal immigration, their economic consequences in states and on the disengagement of the federal government have influenced.
Six statewide ballot measures were on the ballot in the state of Florida. Five of the measures were approved, and one of the measures was defeated. Two measures were legislatively referred constitutional amendments, while four were initiated constitutional amendments.
The list of Oregon ballot measures lists all statewide ballot measures to the present. In Oregon, the initiative and referendum process dates back towhen the efforts of the Direct Legislation League prompted amending the Oregon Constitution for the first time since The process of initiative and referendum became nationally known as the Oregon System.
Number of Initiatives on Election Ballot Election () Election () Baseline 1: Noninitiative states a Baseline 2: Noninitiative states b This ballot initiative is a response to the passage of A.B.
5 in A.B. 5 severely constrains the ability of individuals in California to work as freelancers and independent contractors and. This is a list of all ballot measures that have appeared before voters in Washington from to Washington has three types of ballot measures that can be voted on in a general election: initiatives, referendums, and legislatively referred constitutional order to be placed on the ballot, supporters of a measure must gather an amount of signatures equal or greater to 8% of.
The final measure added to the Nov. 3 ballot by the Legislature replaced a similar initiative drafted by the California Assn. of Realtors. Both had similar goals, but this measure is a bit more. 1 hour ago Proposition ACA 5 Repeal Proposition Constitutional Amendment. Yes. The California Constitution, thanks to Prop that was passed inprohibits the state from discriminating against, or granting preferential treatment to, any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin in public employment, public education, or public contracting.
The ballot initiative, a form of direct democracy, is the process through which citizens exercise the power to place measures otherwise considered by state legislatures or local governments on statewide and local ballots for a public sful ballot initiatives can create, change or repeal state and local laws, or amend state constitutions and local charters.
ANALYSIS OF STATE PROPOSITIONS ON THE MARCH BALLOT -- Provides analyses prepared by the Senate Office of Research on California's June Primary Ballot Propositions through (stock #S; $ -- includes tax, s/h) (1/96) ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE PROPOSED ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX INITIATIVE ON.
This book looks beyond the headlines to uncover the controversial history of California's ballot measures over the past fifty years. As the rest of the U.S. watched, California voters banned public services for undocumented immigrants, repealed public affirmative action programs, and outlawed bilingual education, among other s: 3.
"This book will make a substantial contribution to our understanding of how issues affect the vote choice. Nicholson's focus on ballot initiatives is innovative, and the book will advance our understanding of how and why candidates and parties use these initiatives to structure the political agenda of a campaign."Reviews: 2.One of the most important claims about the ballot initiative process is that it makes government more responsive to public demands than would be the case under a purely representative system.
This argument has not been subject to systematic empirical analysis. In this article we test the claim about enhanced responsiveness, drawing on public opinion data, measures of policy outcomes, and.
Californians will see a lengthy list of initiatives and referendums on the November ballot. Secretary of State Alex Padilla has assigned proposition numbers to 12 measures that have qualified for.