Oregon Ballot Measure 78 (2008)

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Oregon Ballot Measure 78 (2008) was an initiated constitutional amendment that, if passed, would have required three-fourths approval by the legislature before it can declare an emergency advancing a law's effective date.

Proponents

Bill Sizemore and Lawrence George.

Status

The measure did not make the ballot.

Support

No information yet

Opposition

No information yet

See also

References