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South Dakota 1992 ballot measures

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In the table below, "VR" stands for Veto referendum, "CISS" stands for Citizen-Initiated State Statute, and "LR" stands for Legislative referral.


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1992

Year Type Title Subject Description Status
1992 CI Amendment A State & Local Government Would limit an individual to two consecutive six-year terms (12 years) as a U.S. Senator, and six consecutive two-year terms (12 years) as a U.S. Representative, effective as of the 1992 election. Passed
Yes: 63.5%
No: 36.5%
1992 CI Initiated Measure 2 Environmental Protection An Act to provide an acreage regulation and reclamation incentive for large-scale gold or silver surface mining. Passed
Yes: 59.7%
No: 40.3%
1992 CI Initiated Measure 3 Tax & Revenue An Act to reduce property taxes and to repeal the sales tax on groceries, clothing and utilities by imposing a person and corporate income tax and distributing the revenue therefrom. Failed
Yes: 25.4%
No: 74.6%
1992 CI Initiated Measure 4 Gambling & Lotteries Would repeal all statutory provisions authorizing video lottery games. Failed
Yes: 37.1%
No: 62.9%
1992 LR Referred Law 1 Environmental Protection An Act to approve the siting, construction and operation of the Lonetree solid waste disposal facility. Failed
Yes: 30.1%
No: 69.9%