Arizona 1998 ballot measures
- Nine measures were approved, while five were defeated.
- The Arizona Constitution was amended in four different ways as a result of 1998's ballot measures.
- Seven of the 14 measures on the ballot were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- One measure (Proposition 302) generally goes on the ballot every two years in Arizona. In the past it has been defeated but in 1998 it was approved.
On the ballot
|Proposition 100||Admin of gov't||Rules regarding Arizona's public retirement system|
|Proposition 101||Admin of gov't||Increase the salary commission membership from 5 to 11 members.|
|Proposition 102||Admin of gov't||Expand investment options for State Trust funds|
|Proposition 103||Elections||Allow open primaries|
|Proposition 104||Elections||Laws governing the initiative process in Arizona|
|Proposition 105||Elections||Laws governing the initiative process in Arizona|
|CISS||Proposition 200||Elections||Establish system for public funding of election campaigns|
|CISS||Proposition 201||Animal rights||Make cockfighting a Class 5 felony|
|CISS||Proposition 202||Taxes||Federal candidates given option to pledge to vote against federal income tax, IRS|
|VR||Proposition 300||Marijuana||No medical marijuana in state unless FDA says okay|
|VR||Proposition 301||Marijuana||Person convicted of marijuana eligible for probation.|
|CR||Proposition 302||State legislature||Increase salary of state legislators to $24,000/year|
|LRSS||Proposition 303||Natural resources||$20 million of state funds every year for 11 years to pay state trust lands|
|LRSS||Proposition 304||Gambling||Extend state lottery to July 1, 2003.|
- 1998 ballot measures
- List of Arizona ballot measures
- Arizona Legislature
- List of ballot measures by state
- Laws governing the initiative process in Arizona
- 1998 Arizona ballot measure list
- Arizona 1998 ballot measures (cover of voter pamphlet)
- Arizona 1998 ballot measure election results
State of Arizona
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