An argument advocating approval or rejection of a ballot issue is limited to a single
side of a single 7 1/2-inch by 10-inch page and must be filed, in a black-and-white,
camera-ready format, with the secretary of state no later than 105 days before the
election at which the issue will be voted on by the people. The argument must consist solely of written material prepared by the committee and
may not consist of pictures, clippings, or other material. The written material must be prepared in the font and type style required by the secretary
of state. With the goal of achieving readability and uniformity, the secretary of state shall
prescribe a commonly used font and type style. A majority of the committee responsible for preparation shall approve and sign each
argument filed. Separate signed letters of approval of an argument may be filed with the secretary
of state by members of a committee if necessary to meet the filing deadline.
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