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{{law}}'''Pay-per-signature''' is one way of compensating [[circulator|signature-gatherers]] who collect signatures to qualify candidates or [[initiative|ballot initiatives]] or [[recall campaigns|recall elections]] for the ballot.
 
{{law}}'''Pay-per-signature''' is one way of compensating [[circulator|signature-gatherers]] who collect signatures to qualify candidates or [[initiative|ballot initiatives]] or [[recall campaigns|recall elections]] for the ballot.
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==Relevant lawsuits==
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* [[Citizens for Tax Reform v. Deters]]
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* [[On Our Terms '97 PAC v. Secretary of State of Maine]]
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* [[Initiative & Referendum Institute v. Jaeger]]
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* [[LIMIT v. Maleng]]
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* [[Meyer v. Grant]]
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* [[Term Limits Leadership Council v. Clark]]
  
 
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Pay-per-signature is one way of compensating signature-gatherers who collect signatures to qualify candidates or ballot initiatives or recall elections for the ballot.

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