This week, the Florida House of Representatives signed-off on a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow the next governor to appoint three justices for the Florida Supreme Court. The measure now heads to voters for approval on the 2014 ballot.
Ashley Lopez: In the past, this ban has stopped widespread use of private and religious school vouchers in the state.
Ashley Lopez: Amendment 6 would prohibit public funding for abortions in the state.
Ashley Lopez: Supporters say Amendment 3 will keep government spending in check, while opponents worry about severe cuts to state government programs.
Trevor Aaronson: Through a partnership with a nonprofit political money tracker and eight of Florida’s NPR member stations, the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting is working to increase the availability of information about this year’s ballot measures.
Ashley Lopez: In November, Floridians will decide the fate of 11 ballot measures.