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Colorado Obsolete Constitutional Provisions, Referendum B (1992)

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Colorado Referendum B (1992) was a measure regarding obsolete constitutional provisions. This ballot measure was referred to the ballot by the Colorado General Assembly. It passed with 78% of voters in favor.

Text of measure

The proposed amendment to the Colorado Constitution would:

- delete the requirement that general elections be held at specific times during the years of 1876, 1877, and 1878;

- delete the requirement that the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction be known as the office of Commissioner of Education;

- delete provisions pertaining to the expiration of terms for the state board of land commissioners during 1913, 1915, and 1917;

- delete provisions pertaining to the retired public debt; and

- amend a reference in the veterans' preference provisions by striking the term "unremarried widow" and substituting "surviving spouse."[1]

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