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'''Three statewide ballot questions''' will appear on the [[2008 ballot measures|November 4, 2008 ballot]] in [[South Carolina]].  All three are [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment]]s proposed as amendments to the [[South Carolina Constitution]] by the [[South Carolina State Legislature]].
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The proposed amendments are:
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* [[South Carolina Amendment 1 (2008)|South Carolina Amendment 1]], which deletes the current provision in the constitution that no unmarried woman shall legally consent to sexual intercourse who has not attained the age of fourteen.
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* [[South Carolina Amendment 2 (2008)|South Carolina Amendment 2]], which provides that the funds of any trust fund established by law for the funding of post-employment benefits for state employees may be invested and reinvested in equity securities.
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* [[South Carolina Amendment 2 (2008)|South Carolina Amendment 3]], which provides that the funds of any political subdivision of the state that have been set aside for the funding of post-employment benefits for the political subdivision's employees may be invested or reinvested in equity securities.
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==External links==
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* [http://www.scvotes.org/2008/07/31/2008_constitutional_amendment_questions South Carolina 2008 state constitutional questions]
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[[Category:South Carolina 2008 ballot measures]]
 
[[Category:South Carolina 2008 ballot measures]]

Revision as of 17:22, 28 September 2008

Three statewide ballot questions will appear on the November 4, 2008 ballot in South Carolina. All three are legislatively-referred constitutional amendments proposed as amendments to the South Carolina Constitution by the South Carolina State Legislature.

The proposed amendments are:

  • South Carolina Amendment 1, which deletes the current provision in the constitution that no unmarried woman shall legally consent to sexual intercourse who has not attained the age of fourteen.
  • South Carolina Amendment 2, which provides that the funds of any trust fund established by law for the funding of post-employment benefits for state employees may be invested and reinvested in equity securities.
  • South Carolina Amendment 3, which provides that the funds of any political subdivision of the state that have been set aside for the funding of post-employment benefits for the political subdivision's employees may be invested or reinvested in equity securities.

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