Montana State Income Tax Increase, IR-112 (1994)
The Montana State Income Tax Increase Referendum, also known as IR-112, was on the November 8, 1994 ballot in Montana as a veto referendum, where it was defeated. The measure rejected House Bill 671, which enacted a single income tax rate of 6.7 percent instead of rates between 2 and 11 percent. HB 671 also eliminated itemized deductions and increased standard deductions and personal exemptions.
|Montana IR-112 (1994)|
Note: The actual language of the ballot of the veto referendum asked whether voters approved or rejected HB575. Therefore, in the above chart, "yes" means "approve" and "no" means "reject."
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