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If a ballot measure is allowed in your state, it's possible for it to be brought for a vote with few obstacles.
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{{tnr}} If a ballot measure is "allowed" in a state, it is possible for it to be brought for a vote with few obstacles.
  
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[[Category:Terms and definitions]]
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*[[Approved]]
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*[[Ballotpedia:Index of Terms]]
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Latest revision as of 08:44, 17 March 2015

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If a ballot measure is "allowed" in a state, it is possible for it to be brought for a vote with few obstacles.

See also

Ballotpedia:Index of Terms