Guide to the Constitutional Amendments
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Complete Listing of Proposed and Adopted Amendments to Louisiana’s 1974 Constitution — This section lists all changes that were proposed and approved or rejected by the voters for Louisiana’s 1974 Constitution. This section includes the number of amendments on the ballot, ballot order, election results, and other information.
Complete Listing of Proposed and Adopted Amendments to Louisiana’s 1974 Constitution By Article — This section lists all proposed changes to Louisiana’s 1974 Constitution by the article affected by the change.
Complete Listing of Proposed and Adopted Amendments to Louisiana’s 1974 Constitution By Keyword — This section lists all proposed changes to Louisiana’s 1974 Constitution by keyword.
2020 Guides to the Constitutional Amendments:
Brace yourselves Louisiana voters! Your December 5 ballot contains yet one more constitutional amendment! This one deals with out-of-state members of college boards. Yes, you just voted on seven proposed constitutional amendments on the November 3 ballot, and passed five of them. This latest proposal was adopted by the Legislature in 2020’s second special session. It passed on October 21, too late to be included on the November 3 ballot.
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PAR Guide to the 2020 Constitutional Amendments
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The 2020 Guide will cover the potential impact of the seven constitutional amendments and statewide sports betting proposition that the public will consider on the November 3 ballot. This objective review helps you understand the issues and the potential changes, so you may develop your own positions on each proposition. To view the 2020 Guide please visit the links below.
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