States With Failed Initiatives

Missouri, Colorado, and Oklahoma

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Missouri: Constitutional Amendment to Article I - Eminent Domain, 2006-34 “The Protect Our Homes Initiative”

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See who financed the “Yes” efforts 
2006 04 10 Missourians in Charge Filing .pdf
2006 05 24 Missourians in Charge Filing .pdf
2006 07 17 Missourians in Charge Filing .pdf
2006 08 04 Missourians in Charge Filing .pdf
2006 09 07 Missourians in Charge Filing .pdf

Status: Missouri Secretary of State disqualified the initiative because the signed petitions were not submitted in the legally required manner.

Colorado: Proposed Intiatives 79 and 86
Unofficially captioned “Compensation for Land Use Regs that Diminish Property Value”

Status: Proponents did not submit petitions.

Oklahoma: State Question 729
“The Protect Our Homes Initiative”

Read the full text of the ballot initiative

See who financed the “Yes” efforts 
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 01 31 06 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 02 28 06 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 03 31 06 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 04 30 06 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 05 31 06 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 07 31 06 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 08 31 06.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 09 30 05 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 09 30 06 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 10 31 05 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 11 30 05 Schedule A.pdf
Oklahomans in Action C1-R 12 31 05 Schedule A.pdf

Status: Supreme Court of Oklahoma removed the initiative from the ballot for violation for the state’s single-subject rule for ballot initiatives.

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