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South Dakota Cooperation Between Local Units of Government (1998)

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South Dakota Amendment D was an Amendment to Article IX of the South Dakota Constitution authorizing local initiatives to provide for the cooperation and organization of local government. It was on the 1998 election ballot in South Dakota where it was defeated with 122,184 votes opposed.

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Amendment D would allow voters of local government units to combine, eliminate, or jointly finance local offices, functions, or governmental units. A majority in each affected governmental unit would be required.


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