The shock of last week's Wet revolt at the polls made itself felt in the referenda of eleven states, as follows:

Louisiana pitched its enforcement law out the window by a 223,000 to 21,000 vote, requested Congress to call a Constitutional convention to vote on repealing the 18th Amendment.

For the first time since 1914, Colorado voted Wet—by a ripple. Repealed was the State's Prohibition law. Carried was an amendment enabling the Legislature to provide laws regulating the manufacture and sale of intoxicating beverages. Washington repealed all its liquor...

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