Utah County Boundaries, Amendment 2 (2002)
Utah Constitutional Amendment 1, also known as the Joint Resolution on Changes to County Boundaries, appeared on the November 2002 statewide ballot in Utah, where it passed, with 72.8% in favor. It was one of seven statewide ballot measure that year in Utah. The measure was referred to the ballot by the Utah State Legislature as a new constitutional amendment.
The ballot summary produced by Utah officials described the measure in this way:
"Amends the Utah Constitution in two ways. First, it authorizes counties sharing a common boundary to make a minor adjustment, as defined by statute, to the common boundary. Second, the amendment changes and clarifies the vote required to approve any other proposal to move part of one county to another."
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