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'''Three statewide ballot questions''' appeared on the [[2000 ballot measures|November 7, 2000 ballot]] in the state of [[South Carolina]].
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{{pt1}} [[South Carolina 2002 ballot measures|2002]] {{pt2}} [[South Carolina 1998 ballot measures|1998]] {{pt3}}'''Three statewide ballot questions''' appeared on the [[2000 ballot measures|November 7, 2000 ballot]] in the state of [[South Carolina]].
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* All measures were {{lrcafull}}s.
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* All three measures were approved.
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* Topics included [[:Category:Education, South Carolina|education]] and [[:Category:Taxes, South Carolina|taxes]].
  
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| || [[South Carolina Amendment 1 (2000)|Amendment 1]] ||[[::Category:Education, South Carolina|Education]]||Amend the constitution to permit a state lottery; direct revenue generated by lottery to Education Lottery Account. || {{ap}}
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| || [[South Carolina Amendment 2 (2000)|Amendment 2]] ||[[::Category:Property tax, South Carolina|Property tax]]|| Property tax assessment on cars and pickup trucks from the current 10.5 percent to 6 percent|| {{ap}}
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| || [[South Carolina Amendment 3 (2000)|Amendment 3]] ||[[::Category:Taxes, South Carolina|Taxes]]||Allows a county, by local referendum, to approve an additional sales and use tax || {{ap}}
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Latest revision as of 14:47, 14 July 2011

2002
1998
Three statewide ballot questions appeared on the November 7, 2000 ballot in the state of South Carolina.

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Amendment 1 Education Amend the constitution to permit a state lottery; direct revenue generated by lottery to Education Lottery Account. Approveda


LRCA Amendment 2 Taxes Property tax assessment on cars and pickup trucks from the current 10.5 percent to 6 percent Approveda


LRCA Amendment 3 Taxes Allows a county, by local referendum, to approve an additional sales and use tax Approveda


See also

South Carolina

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