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House Concurrent Resolution No 48. Proposing amendment to the constitution

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House Concurrent Resolution No. 48.  Proposing amendment to the Constitution

 

Updegraff

 

House Concurrent

Resolution No 48

 

In relation to

Constitutional

Amendment

 

 

 

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Offered by Hon Updegraff

 

House Concurrent Resolution No 48

 

Preparing Amendment to the Constitution. 

 

Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of Kansas, the Senate concurring, that the proposition to strike the word “Male” from Section One of Article five of the Constitution of the State, is hereby Submitted to the electors of the State, for ratification or rejection, in compliance with Section One of Article fourteen of the Constitution.

 

That each elector shall be entitled to vote a written or printed ballot containing the words, “For Striking the word male from Section One of the Article five of the Constitution” or “Against striking the word male from Section One of Article five of the Constitution”.

 

That said election shall be conducted in all respect in compliance with the provisions of the Constitution and general election laws of the State.

 

Adopted by the House of Representatives

February 13, 1867

John F Morton

Chief Clerk

 

Concurred by the Senate February 14, 1867

A R Banks

Secretary

 

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