Section V-3

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Section V-3: Petitions - Veto power - Elections - Time of taking effect - Style of bills - Duty of legislature.

  Referendum petitions shall be filed with the Secretary of State
not more than ninety (90) days after the final adjournment of the
session of the Legislature which passed the bill on which the
referendum is demanded.  The veto power of the Governor shall not
extend to measures voted on by the people.  All elections on
measures referred to the people of the state shall be had at the
next election held throughout the state, except when the
Legislature or the Governor shall order a special election for
the express purpose of making such reference.  Any measure
referred to the people by the initiative or referendum shall take
effect and be in force when it shall have been approved by a
majority of the votes cast thereon and not otherwise.
  The style of all bills shall be:  "Be it Enacted By the People
of the State of Oklahoma."
  Petitions and orders for the initiative and for the referendum
shall be filed with the Secretary of State and addressed to the
Governor of the state, who shall submit the same to the people.
The Legislature shall make suitable provisions for carrying into
effect the provisions of this article.

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