12-13 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AND SUBMITTED QUESTIONS
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AND SUBMITTED QUESTIONS
Delivery of proposed questions to county auditors--Attorney general's
Measures and questions to be sent to official newspapers.
Newspaper publication of submitted questions--Compensation--Suspension
of status on failure to publish--Election valid despite refusal to publish.
Lettering and numbering of submitted questions.
12-13-5 to 12-13-8.2.
Attorney general's statement regarding constitutional amendment proposed
by legislature and referred measure--Fiscal impact statement.
Availability of attorney general's explanation of proposed questions.
Action to challenge adequacy of attorney general's statement--Appeal--Time
Materials printed on ballot in lieu of full text--Separate ballot.
12-13-12 to 12-13-15.
Publication of false or erroneous information on constitutional amendment
or submitted question as misdemeanor.
12-13-17 to 12-13-22.
Distribution of public information--Statements of proponents and opponents.
Style, form, and wording of initiative or initiated amendment.
Review and comments by director of Legislative Research Council.
Submission of initiative to attorney general--Statement of attorney general--Title--Filing with secretary of state--Cost estimate.
Unreviewed initiatives or initiated amendments unacceptable.
Special elections for constitutional amendments--Procedural changes--Reimbursement of costs.
Employment and compensation of petition circulators.