6 amendment(s) found [ Election date: August 4, 1887 ]
|20th R.S.||HJR 1||For the amendment to Section 24, Article 3, of the Constitution. [Relating to salaries and per diem of members of the Legislature]||Defeated|
|20th R.S.||HJR 2||For State Prohibition.||Defeated|
|20th R.S.||SJR 3||[Related to the assessment and collection of state and county taxes on property located in unorganized counties.]||Defeated|
|20th R.S.||SJR 17||For the amendment to Section Four, Article Six, of the Constitution. [Allowing the legislature to provide by law for the registration of all voters in all cities with populations greater than 10,000 and in such counties as it deems advisable.]||Defeated|
|20th R.S.||HJR 18||For the amendment to Article 7. [Related to the investment of the permanent university fund.]||Defeated|
|20th R.S.||SJR 26||For the amendment of article 5, relating to the judiciary.||Defeated|
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