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{{tnr}}The '''Kansas Boat Property Tax Amendment'''  did not make the [[Kansas 2012 ballot measures|2012 ballot]] in the state of [[Kansas]] as a {{lrcafull}}. The measure would have allowed the state's property tax on boats to be altered. It was proposed during the [[Dates of 2012 state legislative sessions|2012 state legislative session]]. A similar measure [[Kansas Tax Classifications, Chapter 190 (2000)|was on the 2000 statewide ballot]], but was rejected with 50.7% of voters against it.<ref> [http://www.tradeonlytoday.com/home/518599-kansas-considers-amendment-to-cut-boat-tax ''Trade Only Today'', "Kansas considers amendment to cut boat tax", February 13, 2012]</ref>  
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{{noks2012}}{{tnr}}The '''Kansas Boat Property Tax Amendment'''  did not make the [[Kansas 2012 ballot measures|2012 ballot]] in the state of [[Kansas]] as a {{lrcafull}}. The measure would have allowed the state's property tax on boats to be altered. It was proposed during the [[Dates of 2012 state legislative sessions|2012 state legislative session]]. A similar measure [[Kansas Tax Classifications, Chapter 190 (2000)|was on the 2000 statewide ballot]], but was rejected with 50.7% of voters against it.<ref> [http://www.tradeonlytoday.com/home/518599-kansas-considers-amendment-to-cut-boat-tax ''Trade Only Today'', "Kansas considers amendment to cut boat tax", February 13, 2012]</ref>  
 
==Path to ballot==
 
==Path to ballot==
 
A 2/3rds vote in both chambers of the [[Kansas State Legislature]] is required to refer an amendment to the ballot.  
 
A 2/3rds vote in both chambers of the [[Kansas State Legislature]] is required to refer an amendment to the ballot.  

Revision as of 13:06, 23 July 2012

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The Kansas Boat Property Tax Amendment did not make the 2012 ballot in the state of Kansas as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure would have allowed the state's property tax on boats to be altered. It was proposed during the 2012 state legislative session. A similar measure was on the 2000 statewide ballot, but was rejected with 50.7% of voters against it.[1]

Path to ballot

A 2/3rds vote in both chambers of the Kansas State Legislature is required to refer an amendment to the ballot.

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