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Ohio, South Dakota and Washington passed laws banning the payment of petition [[paid circulator|circulators]] in 1913 and 1914.  Oregon passed a similar prohibition in 1935, Colorado in 1941, and Idaho and Nebraska in 1988.  
 
Ohio, South Dakota and Washington passed laws banning the payment of petition [[paid circulator|circulators]] in 1913 and 1914.  Oregon passed a similar prohibition in 1935, Colorado in 1941, and Idaho and Nebraska in 1988.  
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* [[Paid circulator]]
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* [[Prete v. Bradbury]]
 
* [[Prete v. Bradbury]]
 
* [[Initiative & Referendum Institute v. Jaeger]]
 
* [[Initiative & Referendum Institute v. Jaeger]]
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Ohio, South Dakota and Washington passed laws banning the payment of petition circulators in 1913 and 1914. Oregon passed a similar prohibition in 1935, Colorado in 1941, and Idaho and Nebraska in 1988.

The Colorado law was struck down in Meyer v. Grant in 1988.

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