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{{tnr}}Here is a list of all '''Oregon 2000 ballot measures''', beginning with the [[legislatively-referred state statute|legislative referrals]], and followed by the citizen [[initiative]]s that were voted on that year.  
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'''Thirty-two statewide ballot questions''' were on the [[2000 ballot measures|November 7, 2000 ballot]] in the state of [[Oregon]].
  
To view all '''citizen proposed measures''' for 2000, including ones that did '''not qualify''' for ballot status, please see: [[Oregon 2000 citizen initiatives]].
 
 
==Key Facts==
 
 
* Through 1998, 298 initiatives appeared on Oregon's ballot since 1904 when the process started.  
 
* Through 1998, 298 initiatives appeared on Oregon's ballot since 1904 when the process started.  
  
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==On the ballot==
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| ||[[Oregon Ballot Measure 1 (2000)|Measure 1]] ||[[::Category:Education, Oregon|Education]]||Amends Constitution: Legislature Must Fund School Quality Goals Adequately; Report; Establish Grants  ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 2 (2000)|Measure 2]]  ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Government]] ||Amends Constitution: Creates Process For Requiring Legislature To Review Administrative Rules  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 3 (2000)|Measure 3]] || [[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Admin. of gov't]] || Amends Constitution: Requires Conviction Before Forfeiture; Restricts Proceeds Usage||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 4 (2000)|Measure 4]] ||[[::Category:Health care, Oregon|Health care]]||Dedicates Tobacco-Settlement Proceeds; Earnings Fund Low-Income Health Care  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 5 (2000)|Measure 5]] ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Government]]||Expands Circumstances Requiring Background Check Before Transfer Of Firearm  ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 6 (2000)|Measure 6]] ||[[::Category:Elections and campaigns, Oregon|Elections]]||Provides Public Funding To Candidates Who Limit Spending, Private Contributions  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 7 (2000)|Measure 7]] ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Admin. of gov't]]||Requires Payment to Landowner if Government Regulation Reduces Property Value  ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 8 (2000)|Measure 8]] || [[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Admin. of gov't]] ||Amends Constitution: Limits State Appropriations To Percentage Of State's Prior Personal Income ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 9 (2000)|Measure 9]] ||[[::Category:Education, Oregon|Eduaction]]||Prohibits Public School Instruction Encouraging, Promoting, Sanctioning Homosexual, Bisexual Behaviors  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 77 (2000)|Measure 77]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, Oregon|Taxes]]||Amends Constitution: Makes Certain Local Taxing Districts' Temporary Property Tax Authority Permanent  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 78 (2000)|Measure 78]]  ||[[::Category:Elections and campaigns, Oregon|Elections]]||Amends Constitution: Lengthens Period For Verifying Signatures On Initiative And Referendum Petitions  ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 79 (2000)|Measure 79]] || [[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Admin. of gov't]] ||Modifies Signature Requirements On Initiative & Referendum ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 80 (2000)|Measure 80]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, Oregon|Taxes]]||Amends Constitution: Authorizes Using Fuel Tax, Vehicle Fees For Increasing Highway Policing  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 81 (2000)|Measure 81]]|| [[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Admin. of gov't]]||Amends Constitution: Allows Legislature To Limit Recovery Of Damages In Civil Actions  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 82 (2000)|Measure 82]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, Oregon|Oregon]]||Repeals Truck Weight-Mile Tax; Establishes And Increases Fuel Taxes ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 83 (2000)|Measure 83]] ||[[::Category:Veterans' affairs, Oregon|Veterans' affairs]]||Amends Constitution: Authorizes New Standards, Priorities For Veterans' Loans; Expands Qualified Recipients  ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 84 (2000)|Measure 84]] ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Admin. of gov't]] ||Amends Constitution: State Must Continue Paying Local Governments For State-Mandated Programs  ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 85 (2000)|Measure 85]] ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Government]]||Amends Constitution: Modifies Population, Minimum Area Requirements For Formation Of New Counties  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 86 (2000)|Measure 86]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, Oregon|Taxes]]||Requires Refunding General Fund Revenues Exceeding State Estimates To Taxpayers  ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 87 (2000)|Measure 87]] ||[[::Category:Business regulation, Oregon|Business regulation]]|| Amends Constitution: Allows Regulation Of Location Of Sexually Oriented Businesses Through Zoning||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 88 (2000)|Measure 88]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, Oregon|Taxes]]||Increases Maximum Deductible In Oregon For Federal Income Taxes Paid ||{{ap}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 89 (2000)|Measure 89]] ||[[::Category:Health care, Oregon|Health]]||Dedicates Tobacco Settlement Proceeds To Specified Health, Housing, Transportation Programs  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 90 (2000)|Measure 90]] ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Government]]||Authorizes Rates Giving Utilities Return On Investments In Retired Property  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 91 (2000)|Measure 91]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, Oregon|Taxes]]|| Makes Federal Income Taxes Fully Deductible On Oregon Tax Returns ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 92 (2000)|Measure 92]] ||[[::Category:Labor, Oregon|Labor]]||Prohibits Payroll Deductions For Political Purposes Without Specific Written Authorization ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 93 (2000)|Measure 93]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, Oregon|Taxes]]|| Voters Must Approve Most Taxes, Fees; Requires Certain Approval Percentage  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 94 (2000)|Measure 94]] ||[[::Category:Judicial reform, Oregon|Judicial reform]]||Repeals Mandatory Minimum Sentences For Certain Felonies, Requires Resentencing  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 95 (2000)|Measure 95]] ||[[::Category:Education, Oregon|Education]]|| Student Learning Determines Teacher Pay  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 96 (2000)|Measure 96]] ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Government]]|| Prohibits Making Initiative Process Harder, Except Through Initiative ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 97 (2000)|Measure 97]] ||[[::Category:Animal rights, Oregon|Animal rights]]||Bans Body-Gripping Animal Traps, Some Poisons; Restricts Fur Commerce  ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 98 (2000)|Measure 98]] ||[[::Category:Administration of government, Oregon|Government]]||Prohibits Using Public Resources For Political Purposes; Limits Payroll Deductions ||{{d}}
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| || [[Oregon Ballot Measure 99 (2000)|Measure 99]] ||[[::Category:Health care, Oregon|Health care]]|| Creates Commission Ensuring Quality Home Care Services For Elderly, Disabled ||{{ap}}
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==Finding further information==
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The [[Oregon Secretary of State]] maintains an ongoing file of initiatives, referendum and legislatively referred current, past, and potential ballot measures.
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* [http://egov.sos.state.or.us/elec/web_irr_search.search_form  Oregon Initiative, Referendum and Referral Search]
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Their search function allows you to search under the categories of active, withdrawn, qualified, [[initiative|citizen initiative]], [[veto referendum]], [[legislative referral]], approved to circulate, and whether the measure's proponents have indicated to the [[Secretary of State]] that they intend to pay [[circulator]]s.
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==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Oregon 2000 citizen initiatives]]
 
 
*[[List of Oregon ballot measures]]
 
*[[List of Oregon ballot measures]]
 
*[[Oregon signature requirements]]
 
*[[Oregon signature requirements]]
 
*[[Procedures for qualifying an initiative in Oregon]]
 
*[[Procedures for qualifying an initiative in Oregon]]
 
*[[Laws governing the initiative process in Oregon]]
 
*[[Laws governing the initiative process in Oregon]]
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*[[2000 ballot measures]]
  
==References==
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==External links==
 
*[http://egov.sos.state.or.us/elec/web_irr_search.search_form Oregon Secretary of State Official Web Site]
 
*[http://egov.sos.state.or.us/elec/web_irr_search.search_form Oregon Secretary of State Official Web Site]
  
 
[[Category:Oregon 2000 ballot measures]]
 
[[Category:Oregon 2000 ballot measures]]

Revision as of 16:20, 18 December 2011

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Thirty-two statewide ballot questions were on the November 7, 2000 ballot in the state of Oregon.

  • Through 1998, 298 initiatives appeared on Oregon's ballot since 1904 when the process started.
  • In 2000, 20 citizen initiatives made the ballot, bringing Oregon's total to 318.

On the ballot

May 16

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Measure 77 Taxes Gives certain local taxing district’s temporary property tax authority Defeatedd


LRCA Measure 78 Direct Democracy Lengthens the period of time for verifying signatures on initiative and referendum petitions Approveda


LRCA Measure 79 Direct Democracy Increases the number of signatures required to place an initiative amending the constitution on the ballot Defeatedd


LRCA Measure 80 Taxes Authorizes using fuel tax revenues and vehicle fees for increasing highway policing Defeatedd


LRCA Measure 81 Admin of Gov't Allows the legislature to limit the recovery of damages in civil actions Defeatedd


VR Measure 82 Taxes Repeals the truck weight-mile tax and increases on the fuel tax Defeatedd


November 7

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Measure 83 Veterans Establishes standards and priorities for granting veterans’ loans and eliminates specific active duty dates requirements Approveda


LRCA Measure 84 Gov't Finance Retains the requirement that the state pay local governments for the costs of state-mandated programs Approveda


LRCA Measure 85 Local Gov't Increases the minimum population and area requirements for the formation of new counties Defeatedd


LRCA Measure 86 Gov't Finance Requires the refunding of tax revenues from the general fund that exceeded state estimates to taxpayers Approveda


LRCA Measure 87 Business Allows for the zoning of sexually oriented businesses without needing to demonstrate actual neighborhood harm Defeatedd


LRSS Measure 88 Taxes Increases the maximum deductible on state income tax returns for federal income taxes paid Approveda


LRSS Measure 89 Gov't Finance Creates a fund from tobacco settlement proceeds dedicated to health, housing and transportation programs Defeatedd


VR Measure 90 Utilities Allows public utilities to set rates at levels giving utilities returns on their undepreciated investments in property retired from service Defeatedd


CICA Measure 91 Taxes Makes federal income taxes deductible on state personal income and corporate income tax returns Defeatedd


CICA Measure 92 Elections Prohibits payroll deductions for political purposes without written employee authorization Defeatedd


CICA Measure 93 Elections Requires approval by no less than the percentage of voters approving this measure for new or increased taxes Defeatedd


CISS Measure 94 Trials Repeals the mandatory minimum sentences for certain violent felonies Defeatedd


CICA Measure 95 Education Requires student learning, not seniority, as the determinate of teacher pay Defeatedd


CICA Measure 96 Direct Democracy Prohibits the legislature from making the initiative process more expensive or difficult Defeatedd


CISS Measure 97 Hunt & Fish Bans body-gripping traps, exchange of mammal furs, and certain animal poisons Defeatedd


CICA Measure 98 Elections Prohibits using public resources to collect or help collect political funds Defeatedd


CICA Measure 99 Welfare Creates a commission ensuring quality home services for the elderly and disabled receiving publicly-funded care Approveda


CICA Measure 1 Education Requires the legislature to fund school quality goals adequately, issue reports and establish equalization grants Approveda


CICA Measure 2 Legislature Creates a process for petitioning the legislature to review administrative rules Defeatedd


CICA Measure 3 Property Requires conviction before property forfeiture, reporting of forfeitures and restricts use of proceeds from forfeitures Approveda


CISS Measure 4 Gov't Finance Creates a tobacco settlement trust fund to be used for public low-income health care Defeatedd


CISS Measure 5 Firearms Expands statewide background checks before firearms transfers at gun shows or by dealer Approveda


CISS Measure 6 Elections Gives limited public funding to candidates accepting limits on spending and private contributions Defeatedd


CICA Measure 7 Property Requires state and local governments to pay property owners for the decreased market value of their properties due to any regulation or restriction affecting such Approveda


CICA Measure 8 Gov't Finance Limits state appropriations to fifteen percent of state’s personal income in prior biennium Defeatedd


CISS Measure 9 LGBT Prohibits public schools from instructing on homosexual or bisexual behaviors Defeatedd


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