Montana Gubernatorial Action on Bills, C-26 (1994)
The Montana Gubernatorial Action on Bills Amendment, also known as C-26, was on the November 8, 1994 ballot in Montana as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved. The measure amended the amount of time in which the governor must act on a bill passed by the legislature. Prior to this measure, the governor had five days to act if the legislature was in session and twenty-five days to act if the legislature was not in session. This measure gave the governor ten days to act on a bill regardless of if the legislature was in session.
|Montana C-26 (1994)|
Election results via: Montana Secretary of State
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