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Montana IR-112, State Income Tax Increase (1994)

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The Montana State Income Tax Increase Referendum, also known as IR-112, was a veto referendum on the November 8, 1994 ballot in Montana. The house bill on the referendum was rejected.

IR-112 sought to known whether voters approved or rejected HB671, a bill on revision the state income tax system, increasing income tax revenue, and shifting the income tax burden.[1]

Election results

IR-112 (Approve (yes) or Reject (no) IR
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No246,36874.6%
Yes 83,813 25.4%

Note: The actual language of the ballot of the veto referendum asked whether voters approved or rejected HB575. Therefore, in the above chart, "yes" means "approve" and "no" means "reject."[2]

Official results via: The Montana Secretary of State

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