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A '''combined initiated constitutional amendment and state statute''' is a [[ballot measure]] that combines an {{icafull}} with a {{issfull}}. If approved, it will change both a state's constitution and one or more state statutes.
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A '''combined initiated constitutional amendment and state statute''' is a [[ballot measure]] that combines an {{icafull}} with an {{issfull}}. If approved, it will change both a state's constitution and one or more state statutes.
  
 
==Other types of ballot measures==
 
==Other types of ballot measures==

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A combined initiated constitutional amendment and state statute is a ballot measure that combines an initiated constitutional amendment with an initiated state statute. If approved, it will change both a state's constitution and one or more state statutes.

Other types of ballot measures

Other types of ballot measures that appear in multiple states are:

Some related terms:

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