Montana 1996 ballot measures
- Six measures were defeated.
- Two were approved.
- Three measures were legislative referrals while five were citizen initiatives.
On the ballot
|C-30||Education||Combine several stage agencies into the Department of Education|
|C-31||Labor||State workers' compensation insurance funds can be invested in private corporate capital stock|
|C-32||State Legislature||Require that the Legislature meet only once every two years|
|CISS||I-121||Minimum Wage||Increases the minimum wage, from $4.25 to $6.25 by the year 2000|
|CISS||I-122||Environmental Protection||Increases requirements for treatment of water discharged from mines|
|CISS||I-123||Judiciary||Allows lawsuits for civil damages for unlawful threats or intimidation. Prohibits filing of false liens against property|
|CISS||I-125||Elections||Prohibits contributions from corporations to ballot question committees|
|CISS||I-132||Term Limits||Congressional term limits|
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