Minnesota 1914 ballot measures
- All eleven of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- One of the measures was approved.
- Ten of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||Direct democracy||Establishes initiative and referendum|
|Amendment 2||Judiciary||Increases the number of justices of the Supreme Court|
|Amendment 3||Gov't Finances||Authorizes a fund to improve state school lands|
|Amendment 4||Gov't Acc||Repeals the requirement of publication of the treasurer's report|
|Amendment 5||Education||Authorizes investment of school funds in first mortgages|
|Amendment 6||Judiciary||Extends terms of probate judges|
|Amendment 7||Legislature||Limits the size of the state senate|
|Amendment 8||Admin of gov't||Authorizes the recall of any public official|
|Amendment 9||Taxes||Authorizes special dog taxes|
|Amendment 10||Environment||Authorizes state bounties for reforestation|
|Amendment 11||Forests & parks||Authorizes public lands to be set aside as state forests|
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