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Indiana Township Trustee and Board Question (2010)

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The Indiana Township Trustee and Board Question, also known as House Bill 1181, did not appear on the May 4, 2010 primary election ballot in the state of Indiana. The question would have asked voters whether or not to keep township trustees and boards. Family members and spouses would have also not been allowed to supervise each other in township offices if the bill was placed on the ballot and enacted by voters. If enacted, the newly approved law would have become effective on July 10, 2010. Representative William Crawford and John Barnes introduced the measure. The 2010 Indiana General Assembly adjourned with no action on the proposal.[1][2][3]

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A majority vote was required (in two successive sessions of) the Indiana General Assembly. Indiana is one of 11 states that requires this process.

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