Washington 1952 ballot measures
- Three of the measures were Initiatives to the People.
- Four of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Six of the measures were approved and one was defeated.
On the ballot
|ITP||Initiative 180||Food & Agri||Legalizes the production, transportation, possession, sale, use and serving of yellow oleomargarine||
|ITP||Initiative 181||Time||Establishes a state-wide observation of standard time||
|ITP||Initiative 184||Welfare||Transfers the state's public assistance medical program to the Department of Social Security||
|Sub. SJR 27||Direct Democracy||Provides that no veto referendum shall be amended or repealed by the legislature within two years||
|HJR 6||Judiciary||Prescribes retirement for judges at age seventy-five and permits the legislature to prescribe a lesser age or other cause for retirement||
|HJR 8||Gov't Finances||Permits school districts to become indebted when authorized by popular vote||
|HJR 13||Judiciary||Allocates the superior courts jurisdiction in cases where the controversy amounts up to $1000 and the justices of peace in cases where the where the controversy amounts up to $300||
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