Kentucky Equalization Fund Referendum (1941)
The Kentucky Equalization Fund Referendum was on the November 4, 1941 ballot in Kentucky as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved. The measure permitted 10 percent of money appropriated by the legislature for school purposes to be used in an equalization fund, instead of being divided on a per capita basis.
|North Dakota Equalization Fund Referendum (1941)|
Election results via: Kentucky New Era, State's Voters Approve Change in School Law, November 4, 1953
Text of measure
- See also: Kentucky Constitution, Section 186
The measure allowed 10 percent of money appropriated by the legislature for school purposes to be used in an equalization fund.
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