Initiated measures face deadlines
BISMARCK -- Sponsors of a North Dakota tax cut initiative say they'll meet a July 21 deadline to get their measure on the ballot, despite typographical errors that state officials say could give some taxpayers an even bigger break than sponsors planned.
Not to worry, sponsors say; the errors are meaningless and have no effect.
The initiated measure was started a year ago with former Gov. Ed Schafer the first to sign the petition.
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