2 edition of analysis of 1974 ballot proposals found in the catalog.
analysis of 1974 ballot proposals
Colorado. General Assembly. Legislative Council.
|Statement||Legislative Council of the Colorado General Assembly.|
|Series||Research publication - Legislative Council of the Colorado General assembly ; no. 206, Research publication (Colorado. General Assembly. Legislative Council) ;, no. 206.|
|LC Classifications||KFC2201 1876.A86 A44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||74623517|
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Jeffrey Wells. Proposition 16 November 3, ACA 5 (Resolution Chapter 23), Weber. Government preferences. A YES vote on this measure means: State and local entities could consider race, sex, color, ethnicity, and national origin in public education, public employment, and public contracting to the extent allowed under federal and state law.
Two measures on this year’s ballot aim to bolster laws and programs already on the books. Both campaigns are led by Bay Area real estate developers with a penchant for ballot box policymaking. Prop. Stronger consumer privacy laws (again) Who put it there: Signatures, via a campaign funded entirely by Alastair and Celine Mactaggart.
Type. For each proposition that appears on the ballot, the LAO provides four separate pieces of information: (1) the analysis of the measure, (2) fiscal summary bullets (included at the bottom of the AG's title and summary), (3) a yes/no summary (which appears at the front of the pamphlet), and (4) a ballot label used in county voting materials.
AN ANALYSIS OF THE. STATEWIDE BALLOT PROPOSALS Polling places ope a.m. to 7 p.m. STATEWIDE ELECTION DAY IS Tuesday, November 7, n from 7 (Early Voting Begins Octo ) A YES vote on any ballot issue is a vote IN FAVOR OF changing current law or existing circumstances, and a NO vote on any. This year's booklet includes the ballot question and a staff analysis of the issue.
The staff analysis has been approved by the Legislative Council. The analysis of the ballot proposal describes the provisions of the proposal and comments on the proposal's application and effect.
Major arguments have been summarized for and against the measure. A.G. File No. November 12 Proposed statutory initiative related to psilocybin. This measure would have the following fiscal effects: • Reduced costs, not likely to exceed a few million dollars annually, to state and local governments related to enforcing psilocybin-related offenses; handling the related criminal cases in the court system; and incarcerating and supervising certain.
Initiative requires that OFM determine the ten-year cost to taxpayers of any proposed legislation that would raise taxes, impose new fees, or increase current fees and communicate the most up-to-date analysis to each member of the Legislature, the news media, and the public through email.
InCalifornia voters passed a ballot measure giving people who have committed felonies the right to vote once they complete their sentences and are no longer on parole. Thanks to. Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book) The analysis must include a summary of the measure, the major arguments both for and against the measure, and a brief fiscal assessment of the measure.
The analysis may also include any other information that will help voters understand the purpose and effect of a. The Poundstone Amendment was an amendment to the Colorado Constitution enacted in concerning county annexations.
The ballot initiative was drafted by Freda Poundstone, a Colorado politician and lobbyist who opposed the efforts of Denver to absorb surrounding municipalities.
Supporters claimed the amendment would prevent Denver from abusing its status and size, while. Proposal. Assess Commercial and Industrial Property at Market Value.
The measure requires commercial and industrial properties, as well as vacant land not intended for housing, commercial agriculture, or protected open space to be taxed based on their market value, as opposed to their purchase price.
The purpose of the booklet is to provide voters with the text, title, and a fair and impartial analysis of each initiated or referred constitutional amendment, law, or question on the ballot.
Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book) Audio of review and comment hearings is available through the General Assembly's Watch and Listen page.
Watch and. From through1, statewide ballot propositions were on the California ballot. The decade with the most ballot propositions was the s. The decade with the least was the s. The single year with the most ballot propositions waswith 48 propositions.
Californians can vote on the full spectrum of types of ballot measures, including. The ballot information booklet, also referred to as the Blue Book, is assembled through a multistep process that the Colorado Legislative Council laid out in a memo released on Tuesday. When staff draft an analysis of each measure, they solicit comments and interviews from the initiative’s proponents, potential opponents, subject-matter.In the United States, ballot access refers to the rules and procedures regulating the conditions under which a candidate, political party, or ballot measure is entitled to appear on voters' ballots.
As the nation's election process is decentralized by Article I, Section 4, of the United States Constitution, ballot access laws are established and enforced by the states.Ballot Measures by Type to Present. California voters have considered over propositions on statewide ballots since Some propositions are put on the ballot by the state Legislature, including measures to modify the state Constitution or approve bond financing for various projects.