Difference between revisions of "Georgia 2008 ballot measures"

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| [[Georgia Infrastructure Development Districts (2008)|Infrastructure Development Districts (Amendment 3)]] || [[Administration of government ballot initiatives|Government administration]] || Authorizes the General Assembly to provide for the creation and regulation of infrastructure development districts for the provision of infrastructure as authorized by local governments. || '''<span style="color:green">On ballot</span>'''
 
| [[Georgia Infrastructure Development Districts (2008)|Infrastructure Development Districts (Amendment 3)]] || [[Administration of government ballot initiatives|Government administration]] || Authorizes the General Assembly to provide for the creation and regulation of infrastructure development districts for the provision of infrastructure as authorized by local governments. || '''<span style="color:green">On ballot</span>'''
  
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==National overview==
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*  '''[[Ballot Initiative Report, 2008]]'''
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[[Category:Georgia 2008 ballot measures]]
 
[[Category:Georgia 2008 ballot measures]]

Revision as of 20:30, 22 October 2008

Title Subject Description Status
Forest Preservation Amendment (Amendment 1) Environment Encourages protection of Georgia's forests through special assessment and taxation of forest lands and assistance grants to local government. On ballot
Education Taxes for Redevelopment (Amendment 2) Education, Taxes Allows local units of government to use education property taxes to fund development projects. On ballot
Infrastructure Development Districts (Amendment 3) Government administration Authorizes the General Assembly to provide for the creation and regulation of infrastructure development districts for the provision of infrastructure as authorized by local governments. On ballot

National overview