ⓘ 2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 52

                                     

ⓘ 2008 Oregon Ballot Measure 52

Ballot Measure 51 was a legislatively referred constitutional amendment on the May 20, 2008 primary election ballot in the state of Oregon. The measure amended the Oregon Constitution and was passed by the voters.

                                     
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