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'''February 18, 2009: '''[[Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13, 2009|Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13]], proposed by Oklahoma state senator Randy Brogdon, would amend the Oklahoma Constitution to lower the percentage of signatures required in Oklahoma from 15% for a constitutional amendment and 10% for a statutory change to 10% and 8% respectively. If the legislature passes SJR 13, it will be referred to the 2010 ballot in Oklahoma.
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'''February 18, 2009: '''[[Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13, 2009|Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13]], proposed by Oklahoma state senator [[Randy Brogdon]], would amend the Oklahoma Constitution to lower the percentage of signatures required in Oklahoma from 15% for a constitutional amendment and 10% for a statutory change to 10% and 8% respectively. If the legislature passes SJR 13, it will be referred to the 2010 ballot in Oklahoma.
 
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February 18, 2009: Oklahoma Senate Joint Resolution 13, proposed by Oklahoma state senator Randy Brogdon, would amend the Oklahoma Constitution to lower the percentage of signatures required in Oklahoma from 15% for a constitutional amendment and 10% for a statutory change to 10% and 8% respectively. If the legislature passes SJR 13, it will be referred to the 2010 ballot in Oklahoma.

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