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All four amendments to the Idaho Constitution have won the support of voters.
Voters Tuesday approved two ballot measures that would allow public hospitals and municipal power companies to take on debt or sign long-term contracts without first seeking permission at the polls. Both of those amendments require that any debt taken on for projects be paid for with revenue rather than taxes.
With 99 percent of precincts counted, the hospital measure had support from 63 percent of voters, while the one for municipal power measure had 'yes' votes from 57 percent.
An amendment allowing the University of Idaho more flexibility in how it divvies up student payments also passed with 64 percent approval.
The amendment allowing airports to take on debt without a public vote passed with 53 percent.