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}}{{tnr}}The '''New Hampshire State Court Amendment''' will appear on the [[New Hampshire 2012 ballot measures|November 6, 2012 ballot]] in [[New Hampshire]] as a {{lrcafull}}. The measure would make the chief justice of the state supreme court to be administrative head of all the courts
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}}{{tnr}}The '''New Hampshire State Court Amendment''' is on the [[New Hampshire 2012 ballot measures|November 6, 2012 ballot]] in [[New Hampshire]] as a {{lrcafull}}. The measure would make the chief justice of the state supreme court to be administrative head of all the courts
 
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:: ''See also: [[Laws_governing_ballot_measures_in_New_Hampshire#How_the_state_legislature_puts_amendments_on_the_ballot|Amending the New Hampshire constitution]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Laws_governing_ballot_measures_in_New_Hampshire#How_the_state_legislature_puts_amendments_on_the_ballot|Amending the New Hampshire constitution]]''

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Type:Legislative referral
Constitution:New Hampshire Constitution
Topic:State judiciary
Status:On the ballot
The New Hampshire State Court Amendment is on the November 6, 2012 ballot in New Hampshire as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure would make the chief justice of the state supreme court to be administrative head of all the courts

Path to the ballot

See also: Amending the New Hampshire constitution

In order for the state legislature to place a proposed constitutional amendment on the statewide ballot, both chambers of the state legislature must approve doing so by a vote in each house of at least 60%. Once any such constitutional amendment is on the ballot, the state's voters must approve it by a 2/3 vote for it to pass.

See also

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