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November 2005 General
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Initiative to the Legislature 330

Yes/NoVotesPercentage
Yes78343543.27%
No102711756.73%
Ballot Title:
Initiative Measure No. 330 concerns claims for personal injury or death arising from health care services. This measure would change laws governing claims for negligent health care, including restricting noneconomic damages to $350,000 (with exception), shortening time limits for filing cases, limiting repayments to insurers and limiting claimants' attorney fees.
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Initiative to the Legislature 336

CandidateVotesPercentage
Yes71144339.78%
No107691860.22%
Ballot Title:
Initiative Measure No. 336 concerns medical malpractice, including insurance, health care provider licensing, and lawsuits. This measure would require notices and hearings on insurance rate increases, establish a supplemental malpractice insurance program, require license revocation proceedings after three malpractice incidents, and limit numbers of expert witnesses in lawsuits.
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Initiative to the People 900

CandidateVotesPercentage
Yes99475756.44%
No76784443.56%
Ballot Title:
Initiative Measure No. 900 concerns performance audits of governmental entities. This measure would direct the State Auditor to conduct performance audits of state and local governments, and dedicate 0.16% of the state's portion of sales and use tax collections to fund these audits.
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Initiative to the People 901

CandidateVotesPercentage
Yes115335363.25%
No67022536.75%
Ballot Title:
Initiative Measure No. 901 concerns amending the Clean Indoor Air Act by expanding smoking prohibitions. This measure would prohibit smoking in buildings and vehicles open to the public and places of employment, including areas within 25 feet of doorways and ventilation openings unless a lesser distance is approved.
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Initiative to the People 912

CandidateVotesPercentage
Yes82336645.38%
No99119654.62%
Ballot Title:
Initiative Measure No. 912 concerns motor vehicle fuel taxes. This measure would repeal motor vehicle fuel tax increases of 3 cents in 2005 and 2006, 2 cents in 2007, and 1.5 cents per gallon in 2008, enacted in 2005 for transportation purposes.
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Senate Joint Resolution 8207

CandidateVotesPercentage
Yes110219267.55%
No52958632.45%
Ballot Title:
The Legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on qualifications for service on the Commission on Judicial Conduct. This amendment would permit one member of the Commission on Judicial Conduct to be selected by and from the judges of all courts of limited jurisdiction.
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State Representative District #19 Position #2

CandidatePartyVotesPercentage
Dean A. TakkoD2176360.02%
Dawn CourtneyR1280735.32%
Judi Roberts FiestL16874.65%
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Court of Appeals Division I District #1 Position #2

CandidateVotesPercentage
Susan Agid334402100%
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Court of Appeals Division I District #2 Position #1

CandidateVotesPercentage
Stephen J. Dwyer4263930.83%
J. Robert Leach2344816.95%
David Hulbert2246016.24%
Harold B. Field85086.15%
Seth Fine1857613.43%
David W. Freese111988.10%
Michael W. Hall114688.29%
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