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South Dakota Legislature adds four more 2012 ballot measures, total up to six
BISMARCK, South Dakota: South Dakota voters will have a full plate on their ballots come November 6. Recently, the state legislature sent four legislatively-referred constitutional amendments to the ballot during session, adding to the two that were already up for a public vote.
The six measures that will now appear before voters are as follows:
|Constitutional Amendment M||Constitutions||Deals with modernizing language dealing with corporations in the state.|
|Constitutional Amendment N||Admin. of gov't.||Strikes a travel reimbursement provision from the state constitution.|
|Constitutional Amendment O||State budgets||Changes amount taken each year from state cement-plant trust fund.|
|Constitutional Amendment P||State legislatures||Places language in the state constitution saying that the budget must be balanced.|
|VR||Referred Law 14||Taxes||Dedicates part of tax revenues for grants to some business projects in the state.|
|VR||Referred Law 16||Labor||Blocks a bill that would ban tenure and give bonuses to top teachers among other provisions.|
|CISS||Initiated Measure 15||Taxes||Implements a one-percent sales tax increase.|
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