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Texas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 1, Property Tax Limit Reduction for Elderly and Disabled Residents Amendment

Proposition 1 would authorize the state legislature to reduce the property tax limit for school maintenance and operations taxes imposed on the homesteads of elderly or disabled residents to reflect any tax rate reduction enacted by law from the preceding tax year.

5/7/2022

Approved

Texas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 2, Increased Homestead Exemption for School District Property Taxes Amendment

Proposition 2 would increase the homestead exemption for school district property taxes from $25,000 to $40,000.

5/7/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, Authorize $85 Million in Bonds for Public Historical Sites and State Parks Amendment

This measure would amend the state constitution to issue up to $85 million in bonds for improvement, renovation, acquisition, construction, and maintenance of state parks.

5/24/2022

Approved

South Dakota

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Constitutional Amendment C

South Dakota measure to require a three-fifths supermajority on ballot measures that increase taxes or fees, or that would require the state to spend $10 million or more in the first five fiscal years.

6/7/2022

Rejected

Kansas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

No Right to Abortion in Constitution Amendment

If passed, amends Constitution to state that nothing within the constitution creates a right to abortion or government funding for abortion. Gives state legislature the authority to pass laws regarding abortion.

8/2/2022

Rejected

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, Alabama Allow Denial of Bail for Offenses Enumerated by State Legislature

Allows the Alabama State Legislature to deny bail to defendants in certain cases

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 10, Incorporate Voter-Approved Amendments in New State Constitution Measure

Approval of this measure would provide for adding voter-approved amendments appearing on the May 24 and November 8 ballot into the new state constitution if the new state constitution is ratified by voters at the November 8 election. Since the amendments on the ballot were written to amend the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, approval of this amendment is required to incorporate them into the updated Constitution of Alabama of 2022 if it is ratified by voters.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 2, Broadband Internet Infrastructure Funding Amendment

The amendment would allow the state and local governments to grant federal awards funds or other state-designated broadband funds to public or private entities to provide or expand infrastructure for Broadband internet. Funds granted by a local government to a private entity would need to be approved at a public meeting in the county or municipality.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 3, Notice to Victim's Family Required for Commutation or Reprieve of Death Sentences Amendment

The amendment would require the governor to provide notice to the attorney general and make reasonable efforts to notify a designated family member of a victim before granting a commutation (a reduced sentence such as life imprisonment) or reprieve (temporary stay of execution) of a death sentence. The attorney general would provide a mailing address, email address, and phone number to the governor for the purpose of contacting the victim's family. Failing to provide notice would void the reprieve or commutation of the death sentence and the attorney general and Alabama Supreme Court could seek a new execution order.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 4, Prohibit Changes to Election Conduct Laws within Six Months of General Elections Amendment

Requires that any legislation changing the conduct of a general election must be implemented at least six months before the next affected general election.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 5, Remove Orphans' Business from Probate Court Jurisdiction Amendment

Eliminates a provision giving the probate court of each county general jurisdiction over orphans' business.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 6, Authorize Certain Cities to Use Special Property Tax Revenue to Pay for Capital Improvements Directly

Allows certain cities that were previously authorized to use tax revenue to pay for capital improvements directly on a pay-as-you-go basis.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 7, Local Economic and Industrial Development Bonds and Financing Amendment

This 2022 ballot measure retains counties' and municipalities' existing authority to provide for financing economic and industrial development through lending credit, granting public funds, issuing bonds, leasing property, or lending bonds to a private entity. The measure would remove the requirement that the newspaper publication be in the largest circulating newspaper, and instead allow the publication to be made in any newspaper in the jurisdiction. The amendment would also ratify all actions and agreements by counties and municipalities made under Amendment 772 unless they are subject to pending lawsuits. Under the current provisions of Section 222 of the state constitution, local governments are required to receive voter approval to issue bonds. Under the 2022 ballot measure, local governments would be exempt from this provision unless the bond issue also had a repayment provision such as a tax increase.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 8, Public Service Commission to Regulate Private Sewer Systems in Shelby County

If approved by voters, this constitutional amendment would provide that the state Public Service Commission regulate privately owned sewer systems and plants, including their rates and charges, in Shelby County, Alabama.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 9, Public Service Commission to Regulate Private Sewer System in Lake View

If approved by voters, this constitutional amendment would provide that the state Public Service Commission regulate privately owned sewer systems and plants in Lake View, Alabama, from 2023 through 2027.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alabama

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Recompiled Constitution Ratification Question

This measure asks voters whether or not to ratify an updated and recompiled state constitution, the Constitution of Alabama 2022. The Alabama State Legislature was authorized to update language in the constitution and recompile it into proper sections following voter approval of Amendment 4 in 2020.

11/8/2022

Approved

Alaska

Automatic Ballot Referral

Constitutional Convention Question

In Alaska, a constitutional convention question appears automatically on the ballot every 10 years. The constitutional convention process requires three public votes. The first vote is a vote on whether to call for a constitutional convention. If the majority of voters approve of the constitutional convention question, then a second vote will appear on the ballot of the next regular statewide election (or in a special election) to elect convention delegates. The third vote is to approve any amendments to the constitution. See Alaska Constitution, Article XIII, § 3.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Arizona

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 128, Legislative Changes to Ballot Initiatives with Invalid Provisions Amendment

The ballot measure would allow the Arizona State Legislature to amend or repeal voter-approved ballot initiatives if any portion has been declared unconstitutional or invalid by the Arizona Supreme Court or U.S. Supreme Court.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Arizona

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 129, Single-Subject Requirement for Ballot Initiatives Amendment

The ballot measure would add a provision to the Arizona Constitution that requires citizen-initiated ballot measures to embrace a single subject. The ballot measure would also require the initiative's subject to be expressed in the ballot title, or else the missing subject would be considered void.

11/8/2022

Approved

Arizona

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 130, Property Tax Exemptions Amendment

If approved, the amendment would allow the legislature to set certain property tax exemption amounts and qualifications (including property tax exemptions for widows and widowers; those with total and permanent disabilities; disabled veterans; and property used for trade, business, or agriculture) and consolide the constitution's property tax exemption provisions into a single article.

11/8/2022

Approved

Arizona

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 131, Create the Office of Lieutenant Governor Amendment

If approved, the amendment would create the office of lieutenant governor, who would be elected on a joint ticket with the governor and would succeed the governor in case of a vacancy.

11/8/2022

Approved

Arizona

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 132, 60% Vote Requirement for Ballot Measures to Approve Taxes Amendment

If approved, the amendment would require a three-fifths (60%) supermajority vote to pass ballot measures that approve taxes.

11/8/2022

Approved

Arizona

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 209, Interest Rate Limit on Debt from Healthcare Services and Collection Exempt Property and Earnings Increase Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would set a limit on interest rates for debt accrued from receiving healthcare services equal to either the weekly average one-year constant maturity treasury yield or 3%, whichever is less. It would also increase the amount of value for certain property—including homestead, household furnishings, motor vehicles, and bank account funds—and earnings exempt from attachment, execution, forced sale, and any other debt collection processes.

11/8/2022

Approved

Arizona

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 211, Campaign Finance Sources Disclosure Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would establish the requirement that any person who makes an independent expenditure of more than $50,000 on a statewide campaign or $25,000 on a local campaign must disclose the names of the money's original sources, which would be defined as the persons or businesses that earned the money being spent.

11/8/2022

Approved

Arizona

Legislatively Referred State Statute

Proposition 308, In-State Tuition for Non-Citizen Residents Measure

The ballot measure would allow non-citizen students, except those considered to be nonresident aliens under federal law, to receive in-state college tuition when a student (a) attended school in Arizona for at least two years and (b) graduated from a public school, private school, or homeschool in Arizona. The ballot measure would repeal provisions of Proposition 300, which voters approved in 2006. Proposition 300 provided that non-citizens could not receive certain state-subsidized services, benefits, or financial aid or in-state tuition rates.

11/8/2022

Approved

Arizona

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 309, Voter Identification Requirements for Mail-In Ballots and In-Person Voting Measure

This measure will add requirements for Arizona citizens casting a mail-in ballot, as well as changing voter ID requirements for in-person voters.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Arizona

Legislatively Referred State Statute

Proposition 310, Sales Tax for Fire District Funding Measure

If approved, the measure would create a 0.1% sales tax to fund Arizona's fire districts.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Arkansas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Issue 1, Legislative Authority to Call a Special Session Amendment

This amendment would allow the state legislature to call itself into extraordinary sessions upon (a) a joint proclamation from the Speaker of the House and the Senate President Pro Tempore or (b) upon a proclamation signed by two-thirds of the members in each chamber.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Arkansas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Issue 2, Three-fifths (60%) Supermajority Vote Requirement for Constitutional Amendments and Ballot Initiatives Measure

Currently, ballot measures in Arkansas require a simple majority vote for approval. This amendment would amend the state constitution to require a three-fifths (60%) supermajority vote of approval from voters to adopt constitutional amendments (legislatively referred and citizen-initiated) and citizen-initiated state statutes. The supermajority requirement would not apply to veto referendums, which would continue to require a simple majority vote for approval.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Arkansas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Issue 3, Government Burden of Free Exercise of Religion Amendment

The measure would amend the state constitution to provide that the government cannot burden a person’s freedom of religion— including burdens resulting from a rule of general applicability— except if the government demonstrates that the burden is necessary to further a compelling government interest using the least restrictive means of furthering that interest. The measure would allow a person to cite this amendment as a claim or defense in a judicial, administrative, or other proceeding to obtain relief against the government.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Arkansas

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Issue 4, Marijuana Legalization Initiative

If approved, this measure would legalize the possession and use of up to one ounce of marijuana for persons who are at least 21 years old, enact a 10% tax on marijuana sales, and require the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Division to develop rules to regulate marijuana businesses.

11/8/2022

Rejected

California

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 1, Right to Reproductive Freedom Amendment

If approved, the measure would amend the state constitution to prohibit the state from interfering with or denying an individual's right to reproductive freedom, which includes a right to an abortion and a right to contraceptives.

11/8/2022

Approved

California

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 26, Legalize Sports Betting on American Indian Lands Initiative

The ballot measure would legalize sports betting at American Indian gaming casinos and licensed racetracks in California and enact a tax of 10 percent on profits derived from sports betting at racetracks.

11/8/2022

Rejected

California

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Proposition 27, Legalize Sports Betting and Revenue for Homelessness Prevention Fund Initiative

If approved, the measure would legalize online and mobile sports betting for persons 21 years of age or older, establish regulations for the mobile sports betting industry, impose a 10% tax on sports betting revenues and licensing fees, and allocate tax revenue to an account for homelessness programs and an account for tribes not operating sports betting.

11/8/2022

Rejected

California

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 28, Art and Music K-12 Education Funding Initiative

If approved, the initiative would require an annual source of funding for K-12 public schools for arts and music education equal to, at minimum, 1% of the total state and local revenues that local education agencies receive under Proposition 98.

11/8/2022

Approved

California

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 29, Dialysis Clinic Requirements Initiative

If approved, the initiative would require dialysis clinics to have at least one physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant while patients are being treated; report data on dialysis-related infections; and not discriminate against patients based on the source of payment for care.

11/8/2022

Rejected

California

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 30, Tax on Income Above $2 Million for Zero-Emissions Vehicles and Wildfire Prevention Initiative

If approved, the measure would increase the tax on personal income above $2 million by 1.75% and dedicate the revenue to zero-emission vehicle subsidies; zero-emission vehicle infrastructure, such as electric vehicle charging stations; and wildfire suppression and prevention programs.

11/8/2022

Rejected

California

Veto Referendum

Proposition 31, Flavored Tobacco Products Ban Referendum

Proponents of the veto referendum seek to overturn Senate Bill 793 (2020), which was designed to ban the sale of flavored tobacco products and tobacco product flavor enhancers, with exceptions for hookah tobacco, loose-leaf tobacco, and premium cigars. Retailers would be fined $250 for each sale violating the law.

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment D, Twenty-Third Judicial District Amendment

In 2020, the legislature enacted House Bill 1026, which was set to remove Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties from the 18th judicial district and create a new 23rd judicial district for those counties, effective January 7, 2025. Under the bill, the 23rd district was set to be comprised of eight judges while the 18th district was set to have seven judges removed, meaning the number of district court judges in the state was set to increase by one. This constitutional amendment would require the governor, by November 30, 2024, to designate judges from the 18th judicial district to serve in the newly created 23rd judicial district. Judges would be required to establish residence in the 23rd district by January 7, 2025.

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment E, Homestead Exemption to Surviving Spouses of U.S. Armed Forces Members and Veterans Amendment

The amendment would extend the primary residence property tax exemption for disabled veterans to the surviving spouse of a member of the U.S. Armed Forces who died in the line of duty or the spouse of a veteran who died from a service-related injury or disease if the surviving spouse receives dependency indemnity compensation from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The exemption would be for 50% of the first $200,000 of the actual value of the home.

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment F, Charitable Gaming Amendment

The amendment would lower the number of years an organization must have existed before obtaining a charitable gaming license from five years to three years until January 1, 2025. After January 1, 2025, the amendment would allow the legislature to set in statute the length of time an organization must exist to obtain a charitable gaming license. Under the measure, managers and operators of gaming activities would be limited to earning minimum wage until July 1, 2024, at which time the provision limiting the compensation of managers and operators to the applicable minimum wage would be automatically repealed.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Colorado

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 121, State Income Tax Rate Reduction Initiative

Decreases the state income tax rate from 4.55% to 4.40% (including for domestic and foreign C corporations) for tax years commencing on or after January 1, 2022.

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 122, Decriminalization and Regulated Access Program for Certain Psychedelic Plants and Fungi Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would define certain psychedelic plants and fungi as natural medicine, including dimethyltryptamine (DMT), ibogaine, mescaline (excluding peyote), psilocybin, and psilocyn; decriminalize the personal use, possession, growth, and transport of natural medicines for persons 21 years old and older; and create the Regulated Natural Medicine Access Program for licensed healing centers to administer natural medicine services.

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 123, Dedicate Revenues to Fund Housing Projects Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would create the State Affordable Housing Fund and dedicate 0.01% of state income tax revenue to fund housing programs,

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 124, Retail Liquor Store Licenses Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would incrementally increase the number of retail liquor store licenses an individual may own or hold a share in, as follows:

  • up to eight licenses by December 31, 2026;
  • up to 13 licenses by December 31, 2031;
  • up to 20 licenses by December 31, 2036; and
  • an unlimited number of licenses on or after January 1, 2037.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Colorado

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 125, Grocery and Convenience Store Wine Sales Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would create a new fermented malt beverage and wine retailer license to allow grocery stores, convenience stores, and other businesses that are licensed to sell beer to also sell wine for off-site consumption.

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Initiated State Statute

Proposition 126, Alcohol Delivery Service Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would allow retail establishments licensed to sell alcohol for off-site consumption to offer a delivery service or provide for a third-party alcohol delivery service.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Colorado

Legislatively Referred State Statute

Proposition FF, Reduce Income Tax Deduction Amounts to Fund School Meals Program Measure

This measure would reduce income tax deduction caps from $30,000 for single filers and $60,000 for joint filers to $12,000 for single filers and $16,000 for joint filers. It would also decrease the income threshold at which the caps apply from $400,000 to $300,000. Existing deduction caps apply to itemized deductions. This measure would apply the caps to both itemized and standard deductions. State officials estimated these changes would increase state revenue by $100.7 million per year.

The measure would create and fund the Healthy School Meals for All Program under the Department of Education to provide free school meals to all students in Colorado public schools, provide local food purchasing grants, and increase wages for employees that prepare and serve food.

11/8/2022

Approved

Colorado

Legislatively Referred State Statute

Proposition GG, Include Income Tax Effects in Initiative Ballot Language Measure

This measure would require that the ballot title and fiscal summary for any ballot initiative that increases or decreases state income tax rates include a table showing the average tax change for tax filers in different income categories.

11/8/2022

Approved

Connecticut

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 1, Allow for Early Voting Amendment

If passed, amends the state constitution to authorize the state legislature to provide by law for in-person early voting before an election.

11/8/2022

Approved

Florida

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, Disregard Flood Resistance Improvements in Property Value Assessments Measure

Authorizes the state legislature to pass laws prohibiting flood resistance improvements to a home from being taken into consideration when determining a property's assessed value for property tax purposes.

11/8/2022

Approved

Florida

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 2, Abolish the Constitution Revision Commission Measure

This amendment, if passed, seeks to dissolve the Florida Constitution Revision Commission. This Commission meets every 20 years to propose changes to the state's constitution and refer them to the statewide ballot for voter approval or rejection.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Florida

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 3, Additional Homestead Property Tax Exemption for Certain Public Service Workers Measure

The amendment would authorize the Florida State Legislature to provide an additional homestead property tax exemption of $50,000 on the assessed value between $100,000 and $150,000, exempting that amount from all taxes other than school district taxes, for property owned by certain public service workers. Public service workers who could qualify for the additional exemption would include teachers, law enforcement officers, emergency medical personnel, firefighters, paramedics, active-duty members of the military and Florida National Guard, and state child welfare service employees. Those receiving the additional exemption would be required to annually provide proof of full-time qualifying employment.

11/8/2022

Approved

Georgia

Legislatively Referred State Statute

Merged Family-Owned Farms and Dairy and Eggs Tax Exemption Measure Amendment

If passed, expands certain property tax exemptions provided for agricultural equipment and certain farm products to allow any entity that is a merger of two or more family-owned farms to qualify and extend the exemption to include dairy products and eggs.

11/8/2022

Approved

Georgia

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Suspend Compensation for Assembly Members and Public Officials Indicted for a Felony Amendment

If passed, this ballot measure would suspend compensation for the following public officials while the individual is suspended from office or being indicted for a felony. The public officials are any member of the General Assembly, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State School Superintendent, Commissioner of Insurance, Commissioner of Agriculture, or the Commissioner of Labor.

11/8/2022

Approved

Georgia

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Temporary Property Tax Change for Disaster Areas Amendment

The ballot measure would authorize local governments "to grant temporary tax relief," with additional details to be defined in statute, to properties that are damaged or destroyed due to a disaster and located within a nationally declared disaster area.

11/8/2022

Approved

Georgia

Legislatively Referred State Statute

Timber Equipment Exempt from Property Taxes Measure

The ballot measure would exempt timber equipment from ad valorem property taxes on and after January 1, 2023.

11/8/2022

Approved

Idaho

Advisory Question

Advisory Ballot, Income and Corporate Tax Changes and Education Funding Question

If approved by voters, this non-binding advisory question would support the passage of House Bill 1, which changes the income and corporate tax rates to one flat tax rate of 5.8%; provides a tax rebate equalling the greater of 10% of the taxes paid by a couple or individual in 2020 or $600 per joint filer or $300 for an individual; and allocates $410 million of the state’s sales tax revenue to the public school income fund and in-demand careers fund.

11/8/2022

Approved

Idaho

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment SJR 102, Legislative Authority to Call a Special Session Amendment

If passed, the state constitution would be amended to allow the president pro tempore of the state Senate and the speaker of the state House to convene a special session of the Idaho State Legislature when receiving a joint written request from 60% of the members of each chamber. This ballot measure stipulates that the only topics to be discussed in this special session are the ones included in the written request. The measure also requires an organizational session on the first Thursday of December.

11/8/2022

Approved

Illinois

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Right to Collective Bargaining Amendment

If passed, the amendment would establish a state constitutional right for employees to organize and bargain collectively through representatives of their choosing to negotiate "wages, hours, and working conditions and to protect their economic welfare and safety at work."

11/8/2022

Approved

Iowa

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Right to Keep and Bear Arms Amendment

Adds a right to own and bear firearms to Iowa Constitution. If passed, the bill would require strict scrutiny for any alleged violations of the right brought before a court.

11/8/2022

Approved

Kansas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 1, Legislative Veto or Suspension of Executive Agency Regulations Amendment

The measure would amend the Kansas Constitution to add a section authorizing the Kansas State Legislature to provide by law for the revocation or suspension of any rule or regulation adopted by executive branch agencies or officers that have the force and effect of law. The amendment would require a simple majority vote of the members of the state legislature to revoke or suspend part or all of any rule or regulation.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Kansas

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 2, County Sheriff Election and Recall Amendment

The amendment would amend the Kansas Constitution to require the election of county sheriffs in counties that had not abolished the office as of January 2022 and provide that sheriffs may be recalled from office or removed by a writ of quo warranto initiated by the attorney general.

11/8/2022

Approved

Kentucky

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, Changes to Legislative Session End Dates and Special Sessions Amendment

If passed, this bill would allow the state legislature to change the end dates of the legislative session through a 3/5ths vote. It also provides that a special legislative session up to 12 days may be called by the House Speaker or Senate President. The law goes into effect on July 1 in the year the act is passed or 90 days after it is signed by the governor, whichever is later.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Kentucky

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 2, No Right to Abortion in Constitution Amendment

If passed, the Kentucky State Constitution would be amended to say that nothing within the constitution creates the right to abortion or allows for government funding of abortion.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, Increase Maximum Amount Invested in Equities for Certain State Funds Amendment

If passed, amends the state constitution to increase the portion of certain state funds that can be invested in stocks from 35% to 65%.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 2, Property Tax Exemptions for Certain Disabled Veterans and Spouses Amendment

Under the amendment, veterans with a service-related disability rating of 50% or more (but below 70%) would receive an additional property tax exemption of $2,500 of assessed value after the first $7,500 homestead property tax exemption, bringing their total exemption to $10,000. Veterans with a service-related disability rating of 70% or more (but below 100%) would receive an additional exemption of $4,500, bringing their total exemption to $12,000. The total assessed value of a property owned by a veteran that is totally disabled or that is rated as 100% unemployable by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs would be exempt from property taxes. The property tax exemptions would be extended to the surviving spouse of a deceased disabled veteran whether or not the exemption was claimed on the property prior to the veteran's death.

11/8/2022

Approved

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 3, Classified Civil Service Employee Public Support of Family Members' Campaign Amendment

If passed, this amendment would allow classified service/civil service employees to publicly support the election campaigns of individuals in their immediate family when they are off duty.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 4, Waiving Water Charges Amendment

If passed, allows local governments to waive water charges for customers if water is lost due to water delivery infrastructure damages if damages are not caused by the customer's actions or failure to act.

11/8/2022

Approved

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 5, Adjustment of Ad Valorem Tax Rates Amendment

This ballot measure hopes to provide that ad valorem tax rates can be increased by a two-thirds vote of a taxing authority up to the maximum rate allowed by the constitution until the authorized rate expires. The current law only allows for an increase up to the maximum authorized rate in effect the prior year.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 6, Limit on Assessed Value Increase of Reappraised Property in Orleans Parish Amendment

If passed, limit the increase in the assessed value of residential property in Orleans Parish to 10% of the property's assessed value from the prior year beginning in 2023.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 7, Remove Involuntary Servitude as Punishment for a Crime from Constitution Amendment

If approved by voters, the amendment would remove language in the state constitution that allows involuntary servitude as punishment for a crime and add that "Slavery and involuntary servitude are prohibited."

11/8/2022

Rejected

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 8, Remove Special Assessment Property Tax Annual Income Recertification for Permanently Disabled Homeowners Amendment

Approval of the amendment would remove the requirement to annually recertify income for homeowners that are permanently and totally disabled in order to keep their special assessment level for property taxes.

11/8/2022

Approved

Maryland

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 1, Renaming of the Court of Appeals and Special Appeals Amendment

Rename Maryland Court of Appeals to Supreme Court of Maryland. Renames Maryland Court of Special Appeals to Appellate Court of Maryland. Renames Judge of Maryland Court of Appeals to Justice of Supreme Court of Maryland.

11/8/2022

Approved

Maryland

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 2, Residency Requirement for State Legislators Amendment

If passed, this measure would amend the constitution to include a requirement beginning in January 2024 that all candidates for state legislature maintain their primary residence in the district they wish to represent at least 6 months prior to date of election or for as long as the district has been in existence. All gendered language in the amended sections will become gender-neutral language.

11/8/2022

Approved

Maryland

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 3, Civil Jury Trials Amendment

If passed, amends state constitution to increase from $15,000 to $25,000 the minimum amount in controversy that guarantees a right to a jury trial in civil cases.

11/8/2022

Approved

Maryland

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 4, Marijuana Legalization Amendment

The measure would amend the Maryland Constitution to authorize individuals 21 years of age or older to use and possess marijuana. The added section also authorizes the Maryland General Assembly to "provide for the use, distribution, possession, regulation, and taxation of cannabis within the state." During the 2022 legislative session, the state legislature also passed the implementing legislation that would take effect once the amendment is adopted.

11/8/2022

Approved

Maryland

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 5, Requiring Howard County Circuit Court Judges to Serve on Orphan Court Amendment

The amendment would include Howard County in the list of counties that requires circuit court judges to serve on their respective county's orphan's court. The list of counties currently includes Montgomery and Harford counties. The amendment would also remove the election requirement of three orphans' court judges in Howard County from the state constitution. Section 1 of Article XIV of the Maryland Constitution requires a simple majority vote in the state and the affected county in order for the amendment to pass.

11/8/2022

Approved

Massachusetts

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 1, Income Tax for Education and Transportation Amendment

Amends the state constitution to create an additional 4% income tax for income over $1 million, in addition to existing 5% flat-rated income tax. Dedicate revenue raised to public education, roads and bridges, and transportation purposes.

11/8/2022

Approved

Massachusetts

Indirect Initiated State Statute

Question 2, Medical Loss Ratios for Dental Insurance Plans Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would establish a medical loss ratio for dental plans at 83% and require the insurer to refund the excess premium to its covered individuals and covered groups.

11/8/2022

Approved

Massachusetts

Indirect Initiated State Statute

Question 3, Changes to Alcohol Retail Licensing Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would increase the statewide limits on the combined number of licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption that any one retailer could own or control. The measure would require retailers to conduct the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption through face-to-face transactions and would prohibit automated or self-checkout sales of alcoholic beverages by such retailers.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Massachusetts

Veto Referendum

Question 4, Remove Proof of Citizenship or Immigration Status for Driver's License Applications Referendum

If passed, this measure would uphold House Bill 4805, which allows applicants who cannot verify citizenship or immigration status to submit certain forms of identification to obtain a driver’s license or motor vehicle registration.

11/8/2022

Approved

Michigan

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposal 1, Legislative Term Limits and Financial Disclosure Amendment

If approved, the amendment would change the term limits for state legislators from three 2-year terms (6 years) in the state House and two 4-year terms (8 years) in the state Senate to 12 combined years in the Legislature, and provide that elected state legislative and state executive officials must file annual financial disclosure reports on their income, assets, liabilities, gifts from lobbyists, positions held in certain organizations, and agreements on future employment.

11/8/2022

Approved

Michigan

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Proposal 2, The Right to Voting Policies Amendment

If approved, the amendment would change voting policies in Michigan to include: providing voters with the right to vote without harassment, interference, or intimidation; guaranteeing that military and overseas ballots postmarked by election day are counted; allowing for a signed affidavit, as an alternative to the existing photo ID requirement, to vote; authorizing voters to drop off absentee ballots at drop boxes; allowing for nine days of early voting; requiring public disclosure of donations from private entities that were used to pay for elections or audits.

11/8/2022

Approved

Michigan

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Proposal 3, Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative

If approved, would provide a state constitutional right to reproductive freedom, which is defined as "the right to make and effectuate decisions about all matters relating to pregnancy, including but not limited to prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, contraception, sterilization, abortion care, miscarriage management, and infertility care."

11/8/2022

Approved

Missouri

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, State Treasurer Investment Authority Amendment

Authorizes state treasurer to invest state funds in highly rated municipal securities. Allows state legislature to pass laws allowing treasurer to invest in "other reasonable and prudent financial instruments and securities."

11/8/2022

Rejected

Missouri

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 3, Marijuana Legalization Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would amend the state constitution to remove state prohibitions on the purchase, possession, consumption, use, delivery, manufacture, and sale of marijuana for personal use for adults over the age of twenty-one, and would also allow individuals with certain marijuana-related offenses to petition for release from prison or parole and probation and have their records expunged; along with imposing a six percent tax on the retail price of recreational marijuana.

11/8/2022

Approved

Missouri

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 4, Allow Legislature to Require a City to Increase Funding without State Reimbursement for a Police Force Established by State Board Amendment

If approved, this amendment would allow the legislature to pass a law through December 2026 that requires a city to increase funding for a police force that was established by a state board of police commissioners without reimbursing that city. The amendment would provide an exception to an existing constitutional provision prohibiting the legislature from requiring the state to reimburse local governments for any new or increased service or activity the legislature requires.

11/8/2022

Approved

Missouri

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 5, Department of the National Guard Amendment

This ballot measure would give the Missouri National Guard its own department in the state government. Currently, the Missouri National Guard is part of the Missouri Department of Public Safety.

11/8/2022

Approved

Missouri

Automatic Ballot Referral

Constitutional Convention Question

This ballot measure, if passed, would support holding a constitutional convention.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Montana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

C-48, Search Warrant for Electronic Data Amendment

If passed, this measure would amend the state constitution to require a search warrant to access electronic data or communications. States that electronic data and electronic communications are secure from unreasonable searches and seizures.

11/8/2022

Approved

Montana

Legislatively Referred State Statute

LR-131, Medical Care Requirements for Born-Alive Infants Measure

If passed, states that infants born alive at any stage of development are legal persons. Requires medical care to be provided to infants born alive on or after an induced labor, cesarean section, attempted abortion, or another method. Establishes a $50,000 fine and/or 20 years in prison as the maximum penalty for violating the law.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Nebraska

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, Authorize Local Governments to Develop Commercial Air Travel Service Amendment

The measure would amend the state constitution to authorize any city, county, or other political subdivision that operates an airport to spend revenue to develop commercial air travel at the local airport.

11/8/2022

Approved

Nebraska

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Initiative 432, Photo Voter Identification Initiative

If approved, would amend the state constitution to require valid photo identification in order to vote and authorize the state legislature to pass laws to specify the photo identification requirements.

11/8/2022

Approved

Nebraska

Initiated State Statute

Initiative 433, Minimum Wage Increase Initiative

If passed, this measure would incrementally increase the state's minimum wage from $9 to $15 by 2026 and annually adjust the minimum wage thereafter by the cost of living.

11/8/2022

Approved

Nevada

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 1, Equal Rights Amendment

If passed, adds language to the Nevada Constitution that prohibits the denial or abridgment of rights on an account of an individual's race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, ancestry, or national origin.

11/8/2022

Approved

Nevada

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Question 2, Minimum Wage Amendment

Amends the constitution to increase minimum wage for all employees in Nevada to $12 per hour by July 1, 2024. Removes the existing annual inflation adjustments to the minimum wage. Allows the state legislature to pass a minimum wage law setting the rater higher than the constitutionally mandated minimum.

11/8/2022

Approved

Nevada

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Question 3, Top-Five Ranked Choice Voting Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would establish open top-five primaries and ranked-choice voting for general elections, which would apply to congressional, gubernatorial, state executive offices, and state legislative elections.

11/8/2022

Approved

New Hampshire

Automatic Ballot Referral

Constitutional Convention Question

If passed, a constitutional convention would be held.

11/8/2022

Rejected

New Hampshire

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Register of Probate Elimination Amendment

If approved, this measure would eliminate the register of probate offices, as well as all references to it within the New Hampshire Constitution

11/8/2022

Approved

New Mexico

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Appointed Judge Elections Amendment

If passed, this amendment would provide that an appointed judge shall be up for election at the first general election one year after being appointed.

11/8/2022

Approved

New Mexico

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Authorizing Funds for Household Services Infrastructure Amendment

Authorizes the legislature to appropriate state funds for infrastructure that provides household services, including internet, electric, natural gas, water, and wastewater through a majority vote in each chamber.

11/8/2022

Approved

New Mexico

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Land Grant Permanent Fund Distribution for Early Childhood Education Amendment

Allocates 1.25% of the five-year average of year-end market values of the money in the Land Grand Permanent Fund to early childhood education and the public school permanent fund. Provides the allocation would not occur if the average year-end market value for the preceding five years of the LGPF fund balance was below $17 billion.

11/8/2022

Approved

New Mexico

Bond Issue

Public Education Bond Issue

The bond measure would issue no more than $215,986,000 in general obligation bonds to make capital improvements for higher education, special schools, and tribal schools. A general obligation bond is public debt and is paid for through state funds, specifically funds from a statewide property tax in New Mexico.

11/8/2022

Approved

New Mexico

Bond Issue

Public Libraries Bond Issue

The bond measure would issue no more than $19,266,000 in general obligation bonds for library improvements at public libraries, public school libraries, academic libraries and tribal libraries statewide.

11/8/2022

Approved

New Mexico

Bond Issue

Senior Citizens Facilities Bond Issue

The bond issue would issue almost $24.5 million in bonds to make capital improvements for certain senior citizen facilities across the state.

11/8/2022

Approved

New York

Bond Issue

Environment and Climate Change Projects Bond Measure

Issue $3 billion in general obligations for projects related to the environment, natural resources, water infrastructure, and climate change.

11/8/2022

Approved

North Dakota

Initiated State Statute

Marijuana Legalization Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would legalize the use and possession of up to one ounce of marijuana for adults 21 years old and older, allow individuals to grow up to three marijuana plants, and require the Department of Health and Human Services to establish rules regulating adult use marijuana by October 1, 2023.

11/8/2022

Rejected

North Dakota

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Term Limits for Governor and State Legislators

If approved, would limit the governor to serving two four-year terms and limiting state legislators to serving eight years in the state House and eight years in the state Senate.

11/8/2022

Approved

Ohio

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Citizenship Voting Requirement Amendment

If approved by voters, the amendment would prohibit local governments from allowing persons who lack the qualifications of an elector to vote in local elections.

11/8/2022

Approved

Ohio

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Determining Bail Amount Based on Public Safety Amendment

If approved by voters, the amendment would require state judges to "use factors such as public safety, including the seriousness of the offense, and a person's criminal record" when setting amounts and conditions of bail.

11/8/2022

Approved

Oregon

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Measure 111, Right to Healthcare Amendment

If passed, this amendment would add a section to the state constitution establishing a right to "cost-effective, clinically appropriate and affordable healthcare" for every Oregon resident.

11/8/2022

Approved

Oregon

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Measure 112, Remove Slavery as Punishment for Crime from Constitution Amendment

If passed, the amendment would remove language in the Oregon constitution that allows the use of slavery and involuntary servitude as criminal punishments. It would also add language into the constitution authorizing an Oregon court or a probation or parole board to order alternatives to incarceration for a convicted individual as part of their sentencing.

11/8/2022

Approved

Oregon

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Measure 113, Exclusion from Re-election for Legislative Absenteeism Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would disqualify legislators from re-election following the end of their term if they are absent from 10 legislative floor sessions without permission or excuse.

11/8/2022

Approved

Oregon

Initiated State Statute

Measure 114, Changes to Firearm Ownership and Purchase Requirements Initiative

If approved by voters, this measure would require permits issued by local law enforcement to buy a firearm; require photo ID, fingerprints, safety training, criminal background check, and fee payment to apply for a permit; and prohibit manufacturing, importing, purchasing, selling, possessing, using, or transferring ammunition magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds and make violations a class A misdemeanor.

11/8/2022

Approved

Rhode Island

Bond Issue

Question 1, University Narragansett Bay Campus Bond Measure

If passed, will issue $100 million in bonds for the University of Rhode Island Narragansett Bay Campus marine discipline educational and research needs.

11/8/2022

Approved

Rhode Island

Bond Issue

Question 2, Public School Buildings Bond Measure

If passed, will issue $250 million in bonds for construction and renovation of state public school buildings.

11/8/2022

Approved

Rhode Island

Bond Issue

Question 3, Environment and Recreation Bond Measure

If passed, will issue $50 million in bonds for environmental and recreational purposes.

11/8/2022

Approved

South Carolina

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Capital Reserve Fund Increase Amendment

If approved, the amendment would increase the Capital Reserve Fund from 2% to 3% of state general fund revenue and provide that the first use of the Capital Reserve Fund is to offset midyear budget reductions.

11/8/2022

Approved

South Carolina

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

General Reserve Fund Increase Amendment

If approved, the amendment would increase the General Reserve Fund amount from 5% to 7% of state general fund revenue incrementally by one-half percent each year.

11/8/2022

Approved

South Dakota

Initiated Constitutional Amendment

Constitutional Amendment D, Medicaid Expansion Initiative

If passed, this initiative would amend the state constitution to require the state to provide Medicaid benefits to adults between 18 and 65 with incomes below 133% of the federal poverty level beginning June 1, 2023.

11/8/2022

Approved

South Dakota

Initiated State Statute

Initiated Measure 27, Marijuana Legalization Initiative

If approved, this measure would legalize marijuana use, possession, and distribution for individuals 21 years old and older.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Tennessee

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Acting Government Amendment

If passed, this amendment would provide a process, along with a line of succession, for an acting governor when the elected governor is unable to perform the office's power and duties. It provides a process for how an acting governor attains the position.

11/8/2022

Approved

Tennessee

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Remove Religious Minister Disqualification Amendment

Would remove Section 1 of Article IX of the Constitution that disqualifies religious ministers from being elected to the Tennessee General Assembly.

11/8/2022

Approved

Tennessee

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Remove Slavery as Punishment for Crime from Constitution Amendment

If passed, this amendment would remove language from the state constitution that allows the use of slavery and involuntary servitude as criminal punishments. In its place, the amendment would put in "Slavery and involuntary servitude are forever prohibited."

11/8/2022

Approved

Tennessee

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Right-to-Work Amendment

If passed, amends the state constitution to add a new section to make it illegal for workplaces to require mandatory labor union membership for employees as a condition for employment.

11/8/2022

Approved

Utah

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment A, Emergency Session Appropriation Limits Amendment

If this amendment passes, it would increase the limit on appropriations the state legislature can make in an emergency session from 1 percent of the previous fiscal year's budget to 5 percent. It would exempt emergency federal funding from the limit and exempt any appropriations that decrease total spending for the year from the limit.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Vermont

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposal 2, Prohibit Slavery and Indentured Servitude Amendment

This amendment attempts to amend the state constitution to repeal language stating persons can be held as servants, slaves, or apprentices with the person's consent or "for the payment of debts, damages, fines, costs, or the like." It would also add into the constitution that slavery and indentured servitude in any form are prohibited.

11/8/2022

Approved

Vermont

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Proposal 5, Right to Personal Reproductive Autonomy Amendment

If passed, this amendment would add into the Vermont Constitution language protecting the right to personal reproductive autonomy. The amendment also prohibits government infringement unless justified by a compelling state interest.

11/8/2022

Approved

Washington

Advisory Question

Advisory Vote 39, Aircraft Fuel Tax Increase Nonbinding Question

This measure is a non-binding question asking voters to advise the legislature on whether to uphold or repeal House Bill 5974, a tax increase on aircraft fuel from 11 cents to 18 cents per gallon, generating an estimated $14 million in the first ten years.

11/8/2022

Advise Repeal

Washington

Advisory Question

Advisory Vote 40, Transportation Network Companies Tax Nonbinding Question

This measure is a non-binding question asking voters to advise the legislature on whether to uphold or repeal House Bill 2076, which taxes transportation network companies.

11/8/2022

Advise Repeal

West Virginia

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Authorize Tax Exemptions for Vehicles and Personal Property Used for Business Amendment

The measure would amend Article X of the West Virginia Constitution to exempt tangible personal property (machinery, equipment, and inventory) used for business activity and personal property tax on motor vehicles from ad valorem property taxes.

11/8/2022

Rejected

West Virginia

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Incorporation of Religious Denominations and Churches Amendment

This bill amends the Constitution to authorize the state legislature to pass laws to incorporate churches and religious denominations. Currently, West Virginia is the only state where incorporate churches and religious denominations is prohibited.

11/8/2022

Rejected

West Virginia

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Legislative Approval of the State Board of Education Rules Amendment

The measure would require the State Board of Education to submit its rules or policies to the legislature to approve, amend, or repeal.

11/8/2022

Rejected

West Virginia

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

No Court Authority over Impeachment Amendment

Amends the constitution to say that no state court has authority over impeachment proceedings by the state legislature. The amendment also supports that no court can review any impeachment judgements made by the state Senate.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Wyoming

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment A, Local Government Stock Investing Amendment

If passed, allows state legislature to provide by law for local governments to invest funds in stocks and equities. Requires a two-thirds vote of legislature to establish or increase the percentage of funds the government could invest.

11/8/2022

Approved

Wyoming

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment B, Judicial Retirement Age Amendment

The amendment would increase the mandatory judicial retirement age from 70 to 75 for state supreme court justices and district court judges.

11/8/2022

Rejected

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 1, Citizen Requirement for Voting Amendment

If approved by voters, the amendment would add a section to the Louisiana Constitution that says, "No person who is not a citizen of the United States shall be allowed to register and vote in this state."

12/10/2022

Approved

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 2, Senate Confirmation for Appointees to State Civil Service Commission Amendment

If approved by voters, the amendment would require senate confirmation of gubernatorial appointees to the State Civil Service Commission.

12/10/2022

Approved

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Amendment 3, Senate Confirmation for Appointees to State Police Commission Amendment

If approved by voters, the amendment would require senate confirmation of gubernatorial appointees to the State Police Commission.

12/10/2022

Approved

Oklahoma

Initiated State Statute

Question 820, Marijuana Legalization Initiative

If approved, this measure would legalize marijuana for adults 21 years old and older, allowing adults to possess up to one ounce (28.35 grams) of marijuana and grow up to six mature marijuana plants and up to six seedlings, and enacting a tax on marijuana sales. Marijuana sales would be taxed at 15%. Under the initiative, individuals could possess up to six mature marijuana plants and up to six seedlings. The initiative would also provide a process for individuals to seek the expungement or modification of certain previous marijuana-related convictions or sentences.

3/7/2023

Pending

Louisiana

Legislatively Referred Constitutional Amendment

Gubernatorial Deadlines on Bills and Legislative Veto Sessions Amendment

If approved, the constitutional amendment would change the deadline for a governor to act on a bill (sign or veto) to within 10 days after it is delivered while the legislature is in the session in which the bill was passed, otherwise, the governor would have 20 days to act if the legislative session in which a bill was passed was adjourned. If a bill is vetoed, it must be returned to the legislature with the veto message within 12 days after it was delivered to the governor. The governor can return a vetoed bill after the legislative session in which the bill passed has adjourned as provided for by state law.

11/18/2023

Pending