Arizona Ineffective Laws Elimination Amendment (2014)

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An Arizona Ineffective Laws Elimination Amendment did not make the November 4, 2014 ballot in Arizona as an initiated constitutional amendment. The measure would have mandated the elimination of laws, rules, policies, regulations and ordinances for the state, its political subdivisions and private entities that receive significant public funds which are deemed ineffective or redundant. Additionally, it would have required "a mandatory review and expiration procedure and require all regulation to have a proven benefit without conformance to societal, moral or religious beliefs." If the measure had been approved, it would have taken effect beginning on January 1, 2015.[1][2]


The initiative was applied for by Janice Salerno, in conjunction with Fox Petitions.[1]

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See also: Amending the Arizona Constitution

Supporters had to collect at least 259,213 valid signatures by July 3, 2014 if the measure was to appear on the 2014 ballot. No signatures were submitted for the measure.[3]

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