Washington Procedures for Investing Developmental Disability Trust Funds, Amendment 93 (2000)
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The ballot title question asked of voters was, "Shall the state constitution be amended to permit state funds held in trust for persons with developmental disabilities to be invested as authorized by law?"
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
Shall the state constitution be amended to permit state funds held in trust for persons with developmental disabilities to be invested as authorized by law?
Legislative Constitutional Amendment
Explanatory Statement by Attorney General: If adopted, this measure would remove the constitutional limitations on investment of any fund held in trust for the benefit of persons with developmental disabilities. The legislature would be authorized to determine by law how these funds could be invested.
- State of Washington 2000 ballot measure election results
- 2000 Washington Ballot Measures Details
- 2000 Washington Voter Guide
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