Nebraska State Lottery Proceed Use, Amendment 1B (1992)
The Nebraska State Lottery Proceed Use Amendment, also known as Amendment 1B, was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment on the November 3, 1992 election in Nebraska, where it was defeated.
|Amendment 1B (State Lottery Proceed Use)|
Official results via: Nebraska Blue Book 2008-09 (p.260)
Text of measure
- A constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature, if it establishes a state lottery pursuant to the constitution, to use the proceeds, or a portion thereof, to compensate depositors or industrial loan and investment companies for unreimbursed losses of guaranteed deposits held by industrial loan and investment companies which filed for bankruptcy or entered receivership after November 1, 1983.
- Nebraska Blue Book 2008-09
- Official Report of Nebraska Board of State Canvassers, Primary Election, May 12, 1992, General Election, November 3, 1992
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