Kentucky Senate Bill 123 (2012)

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Kentucky Senate Bill 123 (2012)
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Legislature:Kentucky General Assembly
Text:Bill Text
Sponsor(s):Damon Thayer
Legislative History
Introduced:January 30, 2012
State house:March 27, 2012
Vote (lower house):Y 98, N 0
State senate:March 2, 2012
Vote (upper house):Y 34, N 0
Governor:Steve Beshear (D)
Signed:April 11, 2012
Legal Environment
State law:Laws governing ballot measures in Kentucky
Kentucky Senate Bill 123 is a 2012 Kentucky law that sets out referendum petition requirements. The bill summary states, "Create[s] a new section in KRS Chapter 65 to establish that referendum petition requirements include the printed name, signature, date of birth, residential address, and the date the petitioner signed the petition and to require that to be eligible to sign a referendum petition a person must live in the district or jurisdiction that will be affected by the referendum and be a registered voter."[1]

Sponsors

Senate Bill 123 was sponsored by Damon Thayer (R).[1]

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