Massachusetts 1994 ballot measures
There were nine ballot measures that appeared on the Massachusetts ballot on November 8, 1994.
- Six measures on the ballot were initiated state statutes.
- Two measures that were on the ballot were veto referendums.
- One measure was an initiated amendment to the state constitution.
On the ballot
|CISS||Question 1||Campaign Finance||Regulates spending on ballot question campaigns|
|VR||Question 2||Administration of government||Requires use of seat belts|
|VR||Question 3||Education||Eliminates one of the two ways in which students may authorize fees to be assessed on tuition bills at state-operated colleges and universities to support nonpartisan student organizations that attempt to influence state legislation|
|CISS||Question 4||Term limits||Sets term limits on which candidate names could be printed on ballots for specified state and federal public offices.|
|CISS||Question 5||Business regulation||Regarding the opening of retail stores on Sunday morning and certain holidays|
|CISS||Question 6||Income Tax||Requires Massachusetts income tax rates to be graduated, in order to distribute the burden of the tax fairly and equitably|
|Question 7||Income Tax||Changes the state personal income tax laws if a proposed amendment to the Massachusetts Constitution requiring income tax rates to be graduated is approved at the 1994 state election.|
|CISS||Question 8||Highway Tax Revenue||Increases the portion of gasoline tax revenue that would be credited to the state Highway Fund|
|CISS||Question 9||Business Regulation||Prohibits rent control|
- I&R Institute ballot measure database for Massachusetts
- List of Massachusetts initiatives from 1920-2000
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