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The Failure of Term Limits in Florida$

Kathryn A. DePalo

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780813060484

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813060484.001.0001

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(p.193) Appendix A Term Limited States

(p.193) Appendix A Term Limited States

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The Failure of Term Limits in Florida
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University Press of Florida

Year enacted

% Voted yes

House limit

Senate limit

California

1990

52.2

6

8

Colorado

1990

71.0

8

8

Oklahoma

1990

67.3

12

12

Arizona

1992

74.2

8

8

Arkansas

1992

59.9

6

8

Florida

1992

76.8

8

8

Michigan

1992

58.8

6

8

Missouri

1992

75.0

8

8

Montana

1992

67.0

8

8

Ohio

1992

68.4

8

8

South Dakota

1992

63.5

8

8

Maine

1993

67.6

8

8

Louisiana

1995

76.0

12

12

Nevada

1996

70.4

12

12

Nebraska

2000

56.0

n/a

8

Source: National Conference of State Legislatures.

State

Year repealed

Repealed by

Idaho

2002

State Legislature

Massachusetts

1997

State Supreme Court

Oregon

2002

State Supreme Court

Utah

2003

State Legislature

Washington

1998

State Supreme Court

Wyoming

2004

State Supreme Court

Source: National Conference of State Legislatures.

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