|| Proposed Constitutional Amendment
To amend Article II, Section 15 of the Constitution of the State of Ohio
This proposed amendment would replace the present constitutional majority requirement for the enactment of revenue raising bills in each house of the general assembly with a three-fifths majority vote requirement in each house of the general assembly.
If adopted, this amendment shall take effect December 8, 1983.
A revenue raising bill is any bill considered by the general assembly that proposes any change in the laws of this state that increases the revenue derived from any tax levied upon any person or taxpayer by any means or methods, including, but not limited to: the imposition of new taxes, increased rates, changes in methods of computation, or changes in deductions, credits, exclusions, exemptions, or definitions.
Shall the proposed amendment be adopted?