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|2006 || [[initiative|CI]] || [[Idaho Proposition 1 (2006)|Proposition 1. Invest in Our Kids' Education Campaign]] || [[Education Funding]] || Increases K-12 education funding for local public schools by adding 1% to [[sales tax]] || {{ap}}
 
 
 
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|2006 || [[initiative|CI]] || [[Idaho Proposition 2 (2006)]] || [[Eminent domain]] || An [[initiative]] limiting eminent domain when used for economic development; defining land use law; and permitting just compensation for regulatory takings||{{d}}
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| [[initiative|CI]] || [[Idaho Proposition 1 (2006)|Proposition 1]] || [[:Category:Education, Idaho|Education]] || Increases K-12 education funding for local public schools by adding 1% to [[sales tax]] || align="center" | {{Defeated}}
 
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|2006|| [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LCA]] || [[Idaho H.J.R. 2 (2006)]] || Defining Marriage || The proposed amendment would add a new Section 28 to Article III of the Constitution of Idaho, stating that a marriage between a man and a woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in the state of Idaho.|| {{ap}}
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| [[initiative|CI]] || [[Idaho Proposition 2 (2006)|Proposition 2]] || [[Eminent domain]] || An [[initiative]] limiting eminent domain ||align="center" | {{Defeated}}
 
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|2006|| [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LCA]]|| [[Idaho S.J.R. 107 (2006)]] || Establishing Fund || Creates a permanent endowment fund into which 80 percent of the money received annually as a result of the settlement between the state of Idaho and tobacco product manufacturers will be deposited. The remaining 20 percent of the annual settlement will be deposited into the existing Idaho Millennium Fund. || {{ap}}
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| [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LCA]] || [[Idaho H.J.R. 2 (2006)|H.J.R. 2]] || [[:Category:Marriage, Idaho|Marriage]] || State would only recognize a marriage between a man and a woman||align="center" | {{Approved}}
 
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|2006|| - || [[Idaho Advisory Vote (2006)]] || Property Tax Relief || {{ap}}
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| [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LCA]]|| [[Idaho S.J.R. 107 (2006)|S.J.R. 107]] || [[:Category:Tobacco, Idaho|Tobacco]] || Creates a permanent tobacco endowment fund ||align="center" | {{Approved}}
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| - || [[Idaho Advisory Vote (2006)|Advisory Vote]] || [[:Category:Property tax, Idaho|Property Taxes]] || Would maintain established [[property tax]] relief || align="center" | {{Approved}}
 
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Revision as of 14:57, 13 August 2009

All Idaho 2006 ballot measures and their current status are as follows. The two ballot measures initiated by citizens in 2006 failed, whereas both legislatively-referred intiatives passed.

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
CI Proposition 1 Education Increases K-12 education funding for local public schools by adding 1% to sales tax Defeatedd
CI Proposition 2 Eminent domain An initiative limiting eminent domain Defeatedd
LCA H.J.R. 2 Marriage State would only recognize a marriage between a man and a woman Approveda
LCA S.J.R. 107 Tobacco Creates a permanent tobacco endowment fund Approveda
- Advisory Vote Property Taxes Would maintain established property tax relief Approveda

Key facts

  • Through 2004, 27 initiatives made the ballot since 1938 when the process began.
  • In 2006, two initiatives appeared on the ballot, bringing the historical total to 29.

See also

References