Arkansas 1984 ballot measures
- One measure, Proposed Amendment 65, also known as the "Unborn Child Amendment," was stricken from the ballot by the Arkansas Supreme Court before the election when it was ruled that the name of the amendment was politically biased.
- Two of the six other measures were approved.
- Three of the measures on the ballot were initiated constitutional amendments, two were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments, and one was a legislatively-referred state statute.
On the ballot
|Proposed Amendment 62||Bonds||Allows local governments to issue bonds||
|Proposed Amendment 63||Taxes||Creates a State Tax Commission and exempts some personal property from ad valorem taxation||
|Proposed Amendment 64||Term limits||Creates four-year term limits for state constitutional officers||
|Proposed Amendment 66||Gambling||Legalizes and regulates gambling in Garland County||
|Proposed Amendment 67||Taxes||Instates a .00125% tax increase, funds from which are to be used by the State Game & Fish Commission||
|LRSS||Referred Question Act 535||Bonds||Authorizes the State Soil and Water Conservation Commission to issue bonds for waste disposal system development||
Not on the ballot
|Proposed Amendment 65||Abortion||Limits public funding of abortions (stricken from ballot before election by Arkansas Supreme Court)|
- 1984 ballot measures
- List of Arkansas ballot measures
- Arkansas signature requirements
- Laws governing the initiative process in Arkansas
- Procedures for qualifying an initiative in Arkansas
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