(1) Whenever any provision of this title imposes a limitation on the debt of school
districts and the voters of a school district are required by law to approve any change
in debt subject to the limitation, the general assembly shall not be required to seek
statewide voter approval to amend the statutory provision that imposes the limitation.
(3) Any ballot question seeking voter approval of a weakening of any limitation on
school district debt may be submitted to the eligible electors of a school district
as a separate ballot question or as part of a ballot question including other ballot
issues, such as the authorization of bonded indebtedness.
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