When Florida voters go to the polls in November, they might be surprised to see only a handful of constitutional amendments on their ballot. There are only three this year, a big departure from previous elections.
All of the amendments were placed on the ballot by the Florida Legislature, and two of them deal with taxes, while one of them deals with abolishing a commission that reviews the constitution. There are no citizen initiatives on the ballot this year.
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