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Nebraska School Support through Sales and Income Tax Referendum, Measure 406 (1990)

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The Nebraska School Support through Sales and Income Tax Referendum, also known as Initiative Measure 406, was a veto referendum on the November 6, 1990 election ballot in Nebraska; the House Bills under question, 1059 and 1059A, were approved.

Election results

Initiative Measure 406 (School Support through Sales and Income Tax Referendum)
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 313,215 51.8%
No244,74140.5%

Note: The referendum asked voters whether to retain H.B 1059 and 1059. A "Yes" vote means "Retain."

Official results via: Nebraska Blue Book 2008-09 (p.266)

Text of measure

Shall Legislative Bills 1059 and 1059A, enacted by the Second Session of the Ninety First Nebraska Legislature, the purpose of which are to increase state support for public school districts and create formulas for apportionment of state support, to reduce reliance on property taxes for the support of public school districts through increased state sales and income taxes, and to limit, with various exceptions, the growth of the general fund budgets of public school districts and property tax increases by certain political subdivisions, be retained?[1]

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