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Oregon 1932 ballot measures

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Thirteen statewide ballot measures were on the November 8, 1932 ballot in Oregon.

On the ballot

November 8

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Measure 1 Suffrage Requires that to vote on issues of bonds and taxes, the constituent must be a taxpayer Approveda
LRCA Measure 2 Trials Allows most accused persons with consent of the trial judge may relinquish their right to trial by jury and consent to be tried by the judge alone Approveda
LRCA Measure 3 Taxes Limits the amount of tax that may be levied in any year to not more than the total amount levied in any one year of the three preceding years plus six percent Approveda
VR Measure 4 Taxes Levies a tax of ten cents per pound on all oleomargarine and requires an annual license of five dollars by anyone who sells or distributes oleomargarine Defeatedd
VR Measure 5 Hunting Prohibits commercial fishing on the Rogue River, its tributaries and around its mouth Defeatedd
VR Measure 6 Gov't Finance Appropriates $681,173 to be expended on the Oregon State Agricultural College, the University of Oregon and three normal schools Defeatedd
CISS Measure 7 Alcohol Repeals the state’s alcohol prohibition law Approveda
CISS Measure 8 Transportation Allows the State Highway Commission to investigate and determine the cost per unit of traffic, the construction and maintenance of highways and the classification of motor vehicles for purposes of adjusting license fees Defeatedd
CISS Measure 9 Education Consolidates and relocates the state's public higher education institutions Defeatedd
CICA Measure 10 Taxes Empowers the state, counties, municipalities and districts to levy taxes and incur indebtedness as limited and controlled by law Defeatedd
CISS Measure 11 Admin of Gov't Creates a non-salaried Tax Supervising and Conservation Board for each county to review budgets and regulate tax levies Defeatedd
CISS Measure 12 Taxes Reduces property taxes by increasing taxes on net personal incomes in excess of $5,000 from 5% to 8% and decreased exemptions Defeatedd
CICA Measure 13 Energy Requires that hydroelectric development be administered by the state and distribute and sell the energy produced within the state, with other states or with the United States Approveda

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