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In this episode, we discuss:
Resources on the amendments:
- Carolina Public Press amendments guide: Amendments on NC ballot still a mystery to most voters
- “Politifact” investigation of statements about NC constitutional amendments
- Senate Bill 75, creating constitutional amendment on the maximum tax rate
- Senate Bill 677, creating the constitutional amendment to protect the right to hunt and fish
- House Bill 3 (2018 Second Extra Session), creating the constitutional amendment to establish nonpartisan judicial merit commissions
- House Bill 551, creating the constitutional amendment on strengthening victims’ rights
- House Bill 4 (2018 Second Extra Session), creating the constitutional amendment to establish a bipartisan board of ethics and elections
- House Bill 1092, creating the constitutional amendment to require photo ID to vote
- Judicial Voter Guide (with amendments included toward the end)
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