Kentucky Senior Residence Tax Exemption Referendum (1971)

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The Kentucky Senior Residence Tax Exemption Referendum was on the November 2, 1971 ballot in Kentucky as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved. The measure exempted from taxation up to $6,500 of the assessed value of a single-family residence owned and occupied by a person age 65 or older.[1]

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See also: Kentucky Constitution, Section 170

The full text of the referendum as it appeared on the ballot can be read here.

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