Oregon passed ballot measure to copy edit state constitution

By The Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, November 29, 2012 15:39 EDT
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Constitutional copy-editing (via The Christian Science Monitor)

It was no great surprise that Oregon went blue last month. But something else on the ballot got even more votes than Obama-Biden. Measure 78, designed to copy-edit the state constitution, passed 1,129,688 votes to 441,581. What exactly did Oregonians vote to change? Presumably some civic-political…

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