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House Joint Resolution 4

This would allow public hospitals to incur debt to acquire facilities, property and equipment without the approval of two-thirds of the voters. A 2006 Idaho Supreme Court decision prohibited government entities from taking on multiyear debt for such projects without voter approval.

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Option Votes Pct
Yes 275,757 63.48%
No 158,672 36.52%

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Tue., Oct. 12, 2010

Idaho ballot measures

The Idaho Legislature has approved four proposed amendments to the Idaho Constitution that will appear on the ballot in the Nov. 2 general election. Constitutional amendments require two-thirds approval from each house of the Legislature plus a majority vote of the people at the next general election to pass.

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Sun., Sept. 12, 2010

Eye on Boise: Constitutional amendment would allow tuition at UI

BOISE – A little-noticed item on this year’s general election ballot, SJR 101, would amend the Idaho Constitution to permit tuition to be charged at the University of Idaho. The Idaho Constitution now forbids that, so students there are charged “fees” rather than tuition. The difference? “Tuition” is what pays for classroom instruction; “fees” pay for everything else.

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