Arizona Cash Advance Reform, Proposition 200 (2008)

Arizona Cash Advance Reform, Proposition 200 (2008)

Articles

  • 1 Election results
  • 2 Text for the effort
  • 3 History
  • 4 information on the proposition
  • 5 Supporters
    • 5.1 arguments that are supporting
    • 5.2 Donors to Proposition 200
  • 6 Opposition
    • 6.1 arguments that are opposing
  • 7 Aftermath
  • 8 road to the ballot
    • 8.1 Ballot name lawsuit
  • 9 See also
  • 10 links that are external
    • 10.1 fundamental information
    • 10.2 Supporters
    • 10.3 Opponents
  • 11 Footnotes
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Arizona Proposition 200, also called the cash advance Reform Act, had been in the November ballot in Arizona being a citizen-initiated constitutional amendment. It had been beaten.

The payday-loan effort had been mainly supported by the payday-loan company within the state, and ended up being less strict compared to the avoid payday advances Initiative, sponsored by Rep. Marion McClure, D-30, and Sen. Debbie McCune Davis, D-14. That measure ended up being withdrawn at the beginning of June if not sufficient signatures were being gathered to qualify it for the ballot. 1

Election results

Arizona Payday Loan Reform
Result Votes Percentage
d No 1,271,717 59.6%
Yes 860,607 40.4%

Text of this effort

The 100-word description filed with the Arizona Secretary of State’s office with this initiated state statute checks out:

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