Montana 2002 ballot measures
- Four of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Two of the measures were initiated state statutes.
- One of the measures was a veto referendum.
- Three of the measures were approved.
- Four of the measures were defeated.
On the ballot
|C-36||Gov't Finances||Allows for the investment of assets of a local government group self-insurance plan in private corporate capital stock.|
|C-37||Direct democracy||Changes the signature gathering requirements for placing a constitutional amendment on the ballot.|
|C-38||Direct democracy||Changes the signature gathering requirements for placing a statutory initiative on the ballot.|
|C-39||Gov't Finances||Allows pension fund and state compensation insurance fund investments in private corporate capital stock.|
|CISS||I-145||Utilities||Creates an elected public power commission to determine whether purchasing hydroelectric dams is in the public interest|
|CISS||I-146||Tobacco||Dedicates funds from the tobacco settlement funds for statewide tobacco-use prevention programs|
|VR||IR-117||Utilities||Approves (yes) or Rejects (no) HB 474, relating to electrical energy|
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