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'''Three statewide ballot measures''' were on the [[1998 ballot measures|1998 ballot]] in [[Wyoming]].
This table shows all [[initiative]]s and [[referendum|referenda]] that made the ballot in [[Wyoming]] for 1998. In the tables below, '''"CICA"''' stands for [[Initiated constitutional amendment|citizen-initiated constitutional amendment]], '''"CSS"''' for a [[Initiative|citizen-initiated state statute]], '''"CR"''' for a [[citizen referendum]], and '''"LR"''' for a [[legislative referral]].  
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'''For information on other citizen initiatives that attempted but failed to make the ballot, see [[Wyoming 1998 citizen initiatives]].'''
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==On the ballot==
 
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===1998===
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|1998 || [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Wyoming Amendment A (1998)|Amendment A]] || Legislative Referendum || Allows the legislature to reapportion its membership at the first session after all the census data is available.  
 
|1998 || [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Wyoming Amendment A (1998)|Amendment A]] || Legislative Referendum || Allows the legislature to reapportion its membership at the first session after all the census data is available.  
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  || <span style="color:green">Passed</span>
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|1998 || [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Wyoming Amendment B (1998)|Amendment B]] || Initiative & Referendum Requirements || Would change the minimum requirement for petition signatures for initiative and referendums. Currently the petition must be signed by at least 15% of the qualified voters in the state, with that number based on those who voted in the last general election. || '''''<span style="color:green">Passed</span>'''''<br>'''Yes:''' Coming Soon<br>'''No:''' Coming Soon
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|1998 || [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Wyoming Amendment B (1998)|Amendment B]] || Initiative & Referendum Requirements || Would change the minimum requirement for petition signatures for initiative and referendums. Currently the petition must be signed by at least 15% of the qualified voters in the state, with that number based on those who voted in the last general election. || <span style="color:green">Passed</span>
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|1998 || [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Wyoming Amendment C (1998)|Amendment C]] || Workers Compensation Laws || Would provide that funds paid into the workers' compensation fund may only be expended as provided in the Workers' Compensation Act and for debt service and for workplace safety as provided by law.  || '''''<span style="color:green">Passed</span>'''''<br>'''Yes:''' Coming Soon<br>'''No:''' Coming Soon
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|1998 || [[legislatively-referred constitutional amendment|LR]] || [[Wyoming Amendment C (1998)|Amendment C]] || Workers Compensation Laws || Would provide that funds paid into the workers' compensation fund may only be expended as provided in the Workers' Compensation Act and for debt service and for workplace safety as provided by law.  || <span style="color:green">Passed</span>
 
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==See also==
 
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* [[Laws governing the initiative process in Wyoming]]
 
* [[Laws governing the initiative process in Wyoming]]
 
* [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Wyoming]]  
 
* [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Wyoming]]  
 
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/legismgt/elect/dbintro.htm Ballot Measures Database from the National Conference of State Legislatures]
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* [http://soswy.state.wy.us/Elections/98Results/98_Election%20Information/98_Ballot%20Issues.pdf 1998 ballot measures in Wyoming]
 
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* [http://soswy.state.wy.us/Elections/Docs/IRSum.pdf List of all Wyoming ballot initiatives]
  
 
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Revision as of 20:28, 27 March 2009

Three statewide ballot measures were on the 1998 ballot in Wyoming.

On the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Outcome
1998 LR Amendment A Legislative Referendum Allows the legislature to reapportion its membership at the first session after all the census data is available. Passed
1998 LR Amendment B Initiative & Referendum Requirements Would change the minimum requirement for petition signatures for initiative and referendums. Currently the petition must be signed by at least 15% of the qualified voters in the state, with that number based on those who voted in the last general election. Passed
1998 LR Amendment C Workers Compensation Laws Would provide that funds paid into the workers' compensation fund may only be expended as provided in the Workers' Compensation Act and for debt service and for workplace safety as provided by law. Passed

See also

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