Georgia 2000 ballot measures
- Nine measures were approved, while two were defeated.
- All eleven measures were referred by the state legislature.
- Addressed topics included: law enforcement, taxes, welfare and judicial reform.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||Law enforcement||Upon initial conviction of General Assembly for felony, the member shall be immediately suspended.|
|Amendment 2||Taxes||Adjustment on the ad valorem property tax return of taxpayer claiming the homestead exemption.|
|Amendment 3||Welfare||Provide for a program of compensation for injuries incurred by law enforcement officers and firemen|
|Amendment 4||Welfare||Authorizes the General Assembly to enact an indemnification program for public school teachers.|
|Amendment 5||Welfare||Create a program of indemnification with respect to the death or permanent disability.|
|Amendment 6||Taxes||Creation of a separate class of property for ad valorem property tax purposes|
|Amendment 7||Judiciary||Increases the experience requirement for eligibility for the office of state court judge|
|Question A||Taxes||Grants family owned farms an exemption from all ad valorem taxation for farm tractors.|
|Question B||Taxes||Increases to $2,500.00 the personal property ad valorem tax exemption granted to manual laborers.|
|Question C||Taxes||Grants to the un-remarried surviving spouse of a member of the armed forces a homestead exemption.|
|Question D||Taxes||Excludes Elks Lodges from ad valorem tax for state and municipal purposes.|
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