The Top 5 Ballot Questions in Other States

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

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Across the country, voters are weighing in on 31 ballot questions. Jake Grovum, staff writer at Pew's Stateline, talks about significant initiatives on the ballots in Colorado, Washington and Texas.  In Colorado, voters decide whether to levy taxes on newly legal marijuana sales and whether to increase taxes to fund education.  Water rights are on the ballot in Texas and GMO-labelling in Washington.


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Comments [2]

Max from Northern NJ

In NJ, I'm voting YES on Q1 and NO on Q2.

I believe everyone does better when Government gets out of the way. I also believe it is a big mistake to place a minimum wage requirement into the Constitution.

Nov. 05 2013 11:40 AM

of probable interest to bl show listeners --

dr bronner (soap guy) donated 2.3 million to the "label gmo's" side in that washington state referendum.

Nov. 05 2013 10:38 AM

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