The Arkansas Creation of State Tax Commission Amendment
, also known as Proposed Amendment 63
, appeared as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment
where it was defeated
on the November 6, 1984
This amendment would have created a State Tax Commission and allowed for certain personal property to be exempt from ad valorem taxation.
| Arkansas Proposed Amendment 63 (1984)|
|Yes|| 309,811|| 40.64%|
Official results via: Arkansas Secretary of State
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
|| An amendment to the constitution to exempt household furniture, clothing and related items of personal property from ad valorem taxation; to simplify the means of collecting personal property taxes on motor vehicles; to place a ceiling of twenty percent on the value at which taxable real and personal property can be assessed; and, to create a State Tax Commission to administer the laws pertaining to statewide equalization of property.