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Article XIV, Oregon Constitution

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Article XIV of the Oregon Constitution is entitled Seat of Government and consists of two sections.

Section 1

Text of Section 1:

Seat of Government

Repealed.[1]

Amendments

  • Repeal proposed by S.J.R. 41, 1957, and adopted by the people Nov. 4, 1958 (present section 1 and former 1958 section 3 of this Article adopted in lieu of this section and former original section 3 of this Article).

Section 1

Text of Section 1:

Seat of Government

The permanent seat of government for the state shall be Marion County.[1]

Amendments

  • Created through S.J.R. 41, 1957, and adopted by the people Nov. 4, 1958 (this section and former 1958 section 3 of this Article adopted in lieu of former original sections 1 and 3 of this Article).

Section 2

Text of Section 2:

Erection of State House Prior to 1865

No tax shall be levied, or money of the State expended, or debt contracted for the erection of a State House prior to the year eighteen hundred and sixty five.[1]

Section 3

Text of Section 3:

Limitation on Removal of Seat of Government; Location of State Institutions

Repealed.[1]

  • Amendment proposed by S.J.R. 1, 1907, and adopted by the people June 1, 1908.
  • Repeal proposed by S.J.R. 41, 1957, and adopted by the people Nov. 4, 1958 (present section 1 and former 1958 section 3 of this Article adopted in lieu of this section and former section 1 of this Article).

Section 3

Text of Section 3:

Location and Use of State Institutions

Repealed.[1]

  • Created through S.J.R. 41, 1957, and adopted by the people Nov. 4, 1958 (this section, designated as “Section 2” by S.J.R. 41, 1957, and present section 1 of this Article adopted in lieu of former original sections 1 and 3 of this Article).
  • Repeal proposed by S.J.R. 9, 1971, and adopted by the people Nov. 7, 1972.

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