1. When a majority of the registered voters of the county voting upon the question
submitted, by their vote, approve the act or resolution, it is the law of the State,
and may not be repealed, overruled, annulled, set aside or in any way made inoperative,
except by a direct vote of the registered voters of that county.
2. When a majority of the registered voters of that county voting upon the question
submitted disapproves, the act or resolution is void.
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