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We have a couple of big ones on the ballot, and was wondering what other states are doing. Especially in regards to number 2.
1.Same-Sex Marriage Amendment - Limiting the status of marriage to opposite sex couples (if it fails nothing really happens)
2.Voter Identification Amendment - The proposal would require that all voters in the state show photo identification before voting
Didn't see any on Indiana's.
One was to change the language in the state constitution cause it was racist.
It's incredibly racist. How do you expect people scrounge up $2 for a government issued ID?
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Ohio has one to allow them to redraw voter districts (i think) so whoever is in power would be able to better control representatives in congress
I call the girl at my local liquor store a racist when she asks for my ID.
California has a BS tax and spend initiative that they've been selling as a "save the schools" proposition. Also a repeal the death penalty proposition when we haven't executed anyone in I don't know how long.
The real dusie is the "pure foods" initiative where any food that has been genetically altered must be labeled as such. It was written by a bunch of tort lawyers so they could strong arm cash out of small mon & pop markets by threatening to sue them if a label was missing.
Looks like another perfect day.
There are a lot of mostly pointless ones that will get approved with flying colors. These are the two hot button issues.
Question 6- Same Sex Marriages
Question 7- Maryland casinos revenue gets distributed to the public schools but in return the casinos get to max out on the numbed of table games and slots allowed by law.
Legalizing recreational marijuana use. It's not expected to pass, but who knows with Oregon. It would be a hell of a recruiting tool though.
One that was important to me was Michigan's Prop 3:
Proposal 3 would add an amendment to the state constitution requiring that Michigan obtain 25 percent of its energy from renewable resources (like wind, solar and hydro) by the year 2025.
I voted yes. I hope it passes.
The real language of it shows they didn't even need to $2
"Shall the Minnesota Constitution be amended to require all voters to present valid photo identification to vote and to require the state to provide free identification to eligible voters, effective July 1, 2013?"
The idiotic state couldn't even pass this. unbelievable
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