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November 8, 2022, Statewide Ballot Measures
REFERENDUM CHALLENGING A 2020 LAW PROHIBITING RETAIL SALE OF CERTAIN FLAVORED TOBACCO PRODUCTS. - Final Random Sample Count 01/22/2021 (PDF)
Summary Date: 09/10/20 | Circulation Deadline: 11/30/20 | Signatures Required: 623,212
Proponent(s): Aaron Agenbroad, Jaime Rojas, Beilal Mohamad-Ali Chatila | Official Top Funders List
If the required number of registered voters sign this petition and the petition is timely filed, there will be a referendum challenging a 2020 law on the next statewide ballot after the November 3, 2020 general election. The challenged law prohibits the retail sale of certain flavored tobacco products and tobacco flavor enhancers. The referendum would require a majority of voters to approve the 2020 state law before it can take effect. (20-0003.)
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