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Arizona Passenger Transportation on Railroads Regulation Referendum, Questions 302 and 303 (1914)
The Arizona Passenger Transportation on Railroads Regulation Referendum, also known as Questions 302 and 303, was a veto referendum on the November 3, 1914 ballot in Arizona, where the law was approved.
- This referendum was on laws regulating the transportation of passengers on railroads.
|Arizona Questions 302 and 303 (1914)|
Election results via: Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
Text of measure
The language that appeared on the ballot:
|“||REFERENDUM ORDERED BY PETITION OF THE PEOPLE
An Act to provide for and to regulate transportation of passengers by common carriers on railroads within the State of Arizona between points in the State of Arizona, and to prescribe a maximum passenger rate to be charged by common carriers on railroads within the State of Arizona in transporting of passengers in intrastate business, and, to provide for the manner of exempting railroads from the operation of this act under certain conditions, and to provide for the suspension of the operation of this act pending certain investigations before the corporation commission of the State of Arizona, and prescribing penalties for violations of any of the provisions of this act.
- Arizona Secretary of State, Arizona Initiative and Referendum Pamphlet, 1914
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
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