Utah 1996 ballot measures
- All six were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- All six were approved.
- Three measures dealt with education, two were about taxes, and one measure dealt with judicial reform.
On the ballot
|Proposition 1||Taxes||Modify qualifications for property tax exemption on property owned by veterans||
|Proposition 2||Taxes||Amend the revenue and taxation article of the Utah Constitution in regard to mining operations; make technical changes||
|Proposition 3||Judiciary||Alter provisions on jury size for certain types of court cases||
|Proposition 4||Education||Authorize state to guarantee debt of school districts||
|Proposition 5||Education||Expand revenue sources to the State School Fund||
|Proposition 6||Education||Specify revenues to be used for education||
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