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Dale v. Keisling

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Dale v. Keisling is a 2000 decision of the Oregon Court of Appeals, ruling that "a constitutional initiative or referral is invalid (and none of its provisions take effect, regardless of the vote), unless the court determines that voters would necessarily have approved every single element of the measure, if those elements were stated separately."

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