Montana 1998 ballot measures
- Six measures were approved, while one was defeated.
- Three measures were initiated state statutes.
- One measure was an initiated constitutional amendment.
- One was a veto referendum.
- There were two legislative referrals, one was a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment, the other a legislatively-referred state statute.
On the ballot
|C-33||Law enforcement||Criminal laws must be based on principles of public safety and restitution for victims|
|CI-75||Taxes||Require an election and voter approval of any new or increased tax|
|CISS||I-134||Transportation||Repeal Montana Retail Motor Fuel Marketing Act|
|CISS||I-136||Hunting||Revising outfitter and hunting licensing|
|CISS||I-137||Environment||Prohibit cyanide process open pit gold and silver mining|
|VR||IR-114||Direct democracy||Approve (yes) or reject (no) H.B. 575, corporate contributions to ballot issues|
|LRSS||LR-113||Education||Continue authority for the tax levy for the support of the Montana University system for 10 years|
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