Voters approved a constitutional amendment that will consolidate four sections of the constitution into a singular section, and remove the determinations in the constitution for amounts of such property tax exemptions. Proposition 130 allows exemptions for veterans with disabilities, others with total and permanent disabilities, widows and widowers. Each of these groups had previously been eligible for property tax exemption, but a 1989 Court of Appeals decision held that the veteran exemption was unconstitutional because it only applied to veterans who were AZ residents before entering the armed services. This new Prop 130 not only restores the exemptions, but makes it applicable regardless of when they became a resident, and it protects all the other classes mentioned from future challenge. Finally, it gives the legislature power to determine the amount of the exemptions, rather than being limited to what was codified in the constitution.