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Oklahoma State Question No. 703 (2002)

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Oklahoma's State Question No. 703 is a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure failed with 44.3% of voters supporting the initiative.

The official ballot summary reads:

This measure amends the Oklahoma Constitution. It amends Section 53 of Article 5. This measure would allow the Legislature to pass certain laws. The laws would affect persons contracting with the state. The laws could limit the liability those persons have to the state. The liability limit would apply only to certain contracts. It would apply to contracts for information technology. Liability could not be limited to less than the amount of the contract. [1]




The measure failed with 44.3% of voters in approval, and 55.7% saying no.

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