January 23, 2018 Special Election Oregon Ballot Measure 101
Check here for LWVOR Special Election Voters’ Guide 2018 (COMING SOON!):
- The Official Title
- Financial Impact Statement from the Oregon Legislature Legislative Counsel
- Impact of a YES or NO Vote
- Supporters Say/ Opponents Say
- Background of current law, why this was proposed, history of similar measures, etc.
- Proposal Summary
- The measure #, nickname & referendum status
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