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South Dakota Agricultural Property Taxes (2000)

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South Dakota Amendment A, also known as the act relating to the classification of property for purposes of taxation, was on the 2000 election ballot in South Dakota. It passed (Approveda) with 167,117 votes in favor.

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Legislative Constitutional Amendment

Attorney General Explanation: The Constitution permits the Legislature to classify real property for school taxation purposes, but limits agricultural property to a single class. Amendment A would permit the Legislature to establish multiple classes of agricultural property for school taxation purposes.

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