Obscenity on the ballot
Obscenity on the ballot: This topic refers to ballot measures regarding the concept of "obscenity." In other words, some measures ask whether certain acts or materials are considered to be "indecent" or "repulsive." Furthermore, other questions ask whether those acts or materials ought to be banned. This category often crosses over with adult entertainment in regard to pornographic materials, and civil rights in regard to free speech.
- Oregon Ballot Measure 13, Obscenity and Sexual Conduct (1974)
- Washington Prohibit Stores that Sell Obscene Material, Initiative 335 (1977)
Ballot measures lists