Nebraska 1998 ballot measures
- Seventeen measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- One measure was an initiated constitutional amendment.
- One measure was an initiated state statute.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||State legislature||Allow state executive officers to reside anywhere in the state|
|Amendment 2||State legislature||Require legislative committees to hold open meetings and publish certain votes|
|Amendment 3||Law enforcement||Eliminate language permitting imprisonment for debt in cases of fraud|
|Amendment 4||Law enforcement||Eliminate language allowing the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus in certain cases|
|Amendment 5A||Direct democracy||Require initiative measures to contain only one subject|
|Amendment 5B||Direct democracy||Require referendum measures to refer to only one act of the Legislature|
|Amendment 6||Admin of Gov't||Provide that the lieutenant governor shall no longer be the legislature’s presiding officer|
|Amendment 7A||Admin of Gov't||Eliminate a requirement that session laws be published in book form|
|Amendment 7B||Constitution||Transfer Constitution Article XVII, Section 6 to to Article III, Section 30|
|Amendment 7C||Constitution||Repeal requirement that printed copies of the Constitution be prefixed to books of statutes|
|Amendment 1||Law enforcement||No person shall be denied the equal protection of the laws|
|Amendment 2A||Taxes||Restriction on allocation of proceeds from motor vehicle taxes|
|Amendment 2B||Admin of gov't||Legislation relating to mergers and consolidations by local governments|
|Amendment 2C||Taxes||Government-owned property free of taxation to extent that it is used for authorized public purposes|
|Amendment 2D||Admin of gov't||Repeal constitutional provisions dealing with township organization and towns|
|Amendment 3A||Judiciary||Residence and office requirements changed for justices of the Nebraska Supreme Court|
|Amendment 3B||Judiciary||Retention of judges of the Nebraska Supreme Court and Court of Appeals|
|Measure 413||Taxes||Limit government spending by limiting future tax revenue increases|
|CISS||Measure 414||Regulations||Public Service Commission's rules for setting access charges|