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Louisiana House Concurrent Resolution 4 (2011)

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Louisiana House Concurrent Resolution 4 (2011)
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Legislature:Louisiana State Legislature
Text:As enrolled (dead link)
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State law:Laws governing ballot measures
in Louisiana
Louisiana House Concurrent Resolution 4 is a 2011 Louisiana law that requires constitutional amendment ballot language to be phrased as a question and written in "plain language."[1]

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