SJR 102: Ballot measure most voters have never heard of

SJR 102: Ballot measure most voters have never heard of

by
Mitch Coffman
October 8, 2012
Mitch Coffman
October 8, 2012

Chances are good the average voter is not familiar with Senate Joint Resolution 102, but nonetheless they will be asked to vote on it in November's general election, says a story in the Coeur d"Alene Press.

Both houses of the Idaho Legislature approved the measure for voter consideration with little opposition. The resolution intends to clarify language between the Idaho Code and the Idaho Constitution concerning supervision of adult felons on probation and parole, according to the story. The proposed amendment to the Idaho Constitution retains jurisdiction over adult misdemeanor probation services with counties.

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