Oklahoma State Question 139 (1926)
It was an initiated state statute.
The objective of the measure was to restrict the authority of municipal governments from issuing bonds, and reform the process for doing so.
45,375 signatures were filed to qualify it for the ballot; 42,272 were required.
State of Oklahoma
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