Montana 1994 ballot measures
- Four of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Two of the measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- One of the measures was an initiated state statute.
- One of the measures was a veto referendum.
- Four of the measures were approved.
- Four of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|C-25||Pension||Provides protection of Public Pension Funds and Beneficiaries|
|C-26||State exec||Creates a uniform time limit on gubernatorial action on legislative bills|
|C-27||Taxes||Puts 4% limit on state sales tax|
|C-28||Property||Allows property taxes to be based on acquisition value and allows limits on annual increases in valuation of property.|
|CI-66||Taxes||Requires voter approval of new taxes or tax increases and local and state level.|
|CI-67||Gov't Finances||Requires 2/3 vote in gov't to create new taxes, increase taxes or fees, or increase spending|
|CISS||I-118||Elections||Revises campaign finance laws|
|VR||IR-112||Taxes||Approves (yes) or repeals (no) HB671 - Revision of state income tax laws|
- Montana Constitutional Amendments
- Montana Initiative and Referendum
- I&R Institute History of Montana Initiatives
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