Oregon 1999 ballot measures
- All nine of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Six of the measures were approved and three were defeated.
On the ballot
|Measure 68||Labor||Protects private enterprises, certain government and nonprofit programs from competition from prison labor||
|Measure 69||Trials||Grants victims’ constitutional rights in criminal prosecutions and juvenile court delinquency proceedings||
|Measure 70||Trials||Gives the public, through the prosecutor, to demand jury trial in criminal cases||
|Measure 71||Trials||Limits pretrial release of persons accused of violent felonies||
|Measure 72||Trials||Allows conviction for murder by nonunanimous, or eleven to one, jury verdict||
|Measure 73||Trials||Limits immunity from criminal prosecution of a person ordered to testify about his or her conduct||
|Measure 74||Trials||Requires terms of imprisonment announced in court to be fully served, with some exceptions||
|Measure 75||Trials||Bans persons convicted of certain crimes from serving on grad juries or criminal trial juries||
|Measure 76||Transportation||Requires light and heavy vehicles to proportionately share highway costs through vehicle fees and a fuel tax||
- Oregon Blue Book Initiative, Referendum and Recall: 1996-1999
- Oregon Official Voters' Pamphlet November November 1999