Difference between revisions of "Civil rights on the ballot"
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Civil rights on the ballot: This topic refers to ballot measures regarding the protection of individual freedom and participation in civil and political life. The most notable examples include the freedom of speech, press, and assembly, and the right to vote. Debates over other rights, such as right of privacy, are also included in this definition. Subcategories include - suffrage.
- California Proposition 5, Protections for News Sources (June 1980)
- Massachusetts Incarcerated Felons Voting Amendment, Question 2 (2000)