Previously, we reported that the three anti-forestry measures, IP 35, 36 & 37, were thrown out by the Secretary of State for not meeting the constitutionally required single-subject rule. The single-subject rule exists to avoid voter confusion and to prevent proposals that are very popular with voters from being combined with other, unrelated proposals in the same ballot measure to garner voter approval of the less-popular proposal.

The petitioners refiled the measures with a few changes:

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