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New Mexico Amendment 5 (1998)

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New Mexico Amendment 5 provides an exemption from property taxation for property that is owned and occupied by a veteran who has a permanent and total service-connected disability and that has been adapted to the veteran's disability. It was on the November 3, 1998 election ballot in New Mexico. It passed, with 66% of voters in favor.

This measure is a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.

Text of measure

The language that appeared on the ballot:

Proposes to amend the constitution to add a new section to provide an exemption from property taxation for property that is owned and occupied by a veteran who has a permanent and total service-connected disability and that has been adapted to the veteran's disability.

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