North Dakota 1918 ballot measures
- Seven of the measures were initiated constitutional amendments.
- Three of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- All of the measures were approved.
On the ballot
|Initiative||Bond issues||Allows the state to guarentee bonds up to two million dollars and establishing voting requirement on future bond issues|
|Initiative||Legislature||Establishes all measures passed by the legislature take effect on July 1 after the session, unless declared emergency measure by two-thirds of both houses|
|Initiative||Insurance||Creates an acreage tax to fund crop hail insurance|
|Initiative||Admin of Gov't||Allows the state, county and local governments to engage in industry, enterprises or businesses|
|Initiative||Direct Democracy||Allows initiated constitutional amendments to be passed by a simple majority of voters in an election|
|Initiative||Direct Democracy||Changes the number of signatures required for initiating statutory amendments and referring legislative actions|
|Initiative||Taxes||Requires taxation be uniform upon different classifications of property; defines private and state property|
|Referendum||Insurance||Authorizes legislature to levy land property taxes to fund hail insurance for crops|
|Referendum||Business||Establishes voting privilege standards for shareholders or members when voting upon directors or managers of corporations|
|Referendum||Judiciary||Requires four state supreme court judges to declare a law unconstitutional|
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