Utah Department of Administrative Services Division of Administrative Rules

Executive Document

Governor's Proclamation Stating the Outcome of Voting on Initiative Petitions on the Ballot for the 2000 General Election, Declaring as Effective the Laws Passed by the People, and Stating the Effective Dates of those Laws.

Issued: November 28, 2000


PROCLAMATION

Stating the Outcome of Voting on Initiative Petitions
on the Ballot for the 2000 General Election,
Declaring as Effective the Laws Passed by the People,
and Stating the Effective Dates of those Laws

I, Michael O. Leavitt, governor of the State of Utah, pursuant to the requirements of Sections 20A-7-211 and 20A-7- 212 of the Utah Code, proclaim as follows:

1. Initiative A, English as the Official Language of Utah, was approved by a majority of the voters of the state at the 2000 General Election with a vote of 496,066 in favor and 242,311 against. That result was certified by the lieutenant governor on November 28, 2000. The law proposed by Initiative A shall take full force and effect as the law of the state of Utah five days after the issuance of this proclamation in accordance with Section 20A-7-212.

2. Initiative B, Utah Property Protection Act, was approved by a majority of the voters of the state at the 2000 General Election with a vote of 500,439 in favor and 225,264 against. That result was certified by the lieutenant governor on November 28, 2000. The law proposed by Initiative B shall take full force and effect as the law of the state of Utah on March 20, 2001, in accordance with the effective date provided in the initiative.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Utah. Done at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City, Utah, this 28th day of November, 2000.

(State Seal)

MICHAEL O. LEAVITT
Governor

Attest:

OLENE S. WALKER
Lieutenant Governor


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