Montana 1978 ballot measures
- Five of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- One of the measures was an initiated constitutional amendment.
- Two of the measures were legislatively-referred state statutes.
- Three of the measures were initiated state statutes.
- Seven of the measures were approved.
- Four of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|C-4||Alcohol||Allows the legislature or the people by initiative to establish the drinking age|
|C-5||Gov't Finances||Creates a legislative committee to make budget amendments|
|C-6||Gov't Acc||Provides for a review of local governments by the voters|
|C-7||Legislature||Gives the legislature the power to disapprove of bar admission rules|
|C-8||Legislature||Allows members of the legislature to run for public office during terms|
|CI-8||Taxes||Returns a portion of property tax assessing to counties|
|LRSS||LR-74||Alcohol||Raises the drinking age to nineteen|
|LRSS||LR-75||Education||Continues a levy to support the University system|
|CISS||I-79||Obscenity||Allows municipalities to adopt obscenity ordinances more restrictive than state law|
|CISS||I-80||Nuclear||Empowers voters to approve or reject any proposed nuclear facility|
|CISS||I-81||Business reg||Allows grocery and drug stores to sell table wine|
- Montana Constitutional Amendments
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- I&R Institute History of Montana Initiatives
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