Arizona 2006 ballot measures

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Nineteen statewide ballot questions were on the November 7, 2006 ballot in the state of Arizona.
  • Twelve were approved by voters.
  • Seven measures were defeated.
  • Ten of the nineteen measures, or slightly over half, were initiatives
  • Nine ballot measures were placed on the ballot by the state legislature or by a commission.

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Prop 100 Law enforcement Prevent bail for those charged with a serious felony offense if the person was in the U.S. illegally Approveda
LRCA Prop 101 Taxes Remove unused taxing capacity of county, city, town or community college districts Approveda
LRCA Prop 102 Judiciary Illegal aliens can't receive punitive damages in civil lawsuit Approveda
LRCA Prop 103 English English as the official language Approveda
LRCA Prop 104 Budgets Incorporated cities and towns allowed to include debt for public safety acquisitions Approveda
LRCA Prop 105 Natural resources State trust lands Defeatedd
CICA Prop 106 Natural resources Permit certain parcels of trust land to be used for conversation without compensation Defeatedd
CICA Prop 107 Marriage Marriage as one man/one woman Defeatedd
CISS Prop 200 Elections $1 million each election for one voter, randomly chosen, to reward voting Defeatedd
CISS Prop 201 Smoking Prohibit smoking with some exceptions to outdoor patios, hotel rooms, private clubs, tobacco stores Approveda
CISS Prop 202 Regulation Raise minimum wage to $6.75 Approveda
CISS Prop 203 Education Cigarette tax to fund early child development and health programs Approveda
CISS Prop 204 Animal rights Prohibit inhumane confinement of animals Approveda
CISS Prop 205 Elections Your right to vote by mail act Defeatedd
CISS Prop 206 Healthcare Prohibit smoking. A bar owner in violation guilty of a class 3 misdemeanor Defeatedd
CISS Prop 207 Eminent domain Prohibit eminent domain for economic development Approveda
LRSS Prop 300 Immigration Deny public funding to illegal immigrants Approveda
LRSS Prop 301 Law enforcement 1st or 2nd time meth conviction can result in jail/prison Approveda
CR Prop 302 Administration Increase legislators' salaries to $36,000 Defeatedd

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