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Vermont Workman's Compensation Amendment (1913)

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A Vermont Workman's Compensation Amendment was on the 1913 ballot in Vermont as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, where it was approved, becoming Article 35 of the amendments to the Vermont Constitution.

The ballot question was:

That a new amendment be added to the Constitution, to be known as article 32, as follows:
Article 32. The General Assembly may pass laws compelling compensation for injuries received by employees in the course of their employment resulting in death or bodily hurt, for the benefit of such employees, their widows or next of kin. It may designate the class or classes of employers and employees to which such laws shall apply.

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