Maryland 1992 ballot measures
- Five of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- One of the measures was a veto referendum.
- All six of the measures were approved.
Due to a legislative error, two ballot questions were places on the ballot twice, resulting in the duplication of Questions 1 and 3 with Questions 2 and 4. Although the duplicate questions received a different amount of votes, all four measures were passed, allowing the legislation to move forward.
On the ballot
|Question 1||Trials||Provides that civil trials are entitled to a jury of at least six jurors|
|Question 2||Trials||Provides that civil trials are entitled to a jury of at least six jurors|
|Question 3||Trials||Provides that the right to a jury trial in civil cases apply only when the amount in controversy exceeds $5,000|
|Question 4||Trials||Provides that the right to a jury trial in civil cases apply only when the amount in controversy exceeds $5,000|
|Question 5||Local gov't||Increases the amount of time a charter board has to prepare a charter|
|VR||Question 6||Abortion||Revises Maryland's abortion laws to prohibit state interference with a woman's decision before fetus is viable|
- Maryland State Board of Elections
- Maryland Department of Legislative Services
- Archives of Maryland Online
State of Maryland
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