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CT voters to decide 2 ballot questions on Election Day

<p>Connecticut voters will have two ballot questions to consider at the polls on Tuesday that are potential amendments to the state's Constitution.</p>

News 12 Staff

Nov 5, 2018, 11:10 PM

Updated 2,052 days ago

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Connecticut voters will have two ballot questions to consider at the polls on Tuesday that are potential amendments to the state's Constitution.
Ballot question No. 1 would establish what is called a transportation lock box. The state already has a special transportation fund but in the past, the state has dipped into it to deal with other budget deficits.
Ballot question No. 2 would require a public hearing before the General Assembly sells any state-owned land. The amendment would also require a two-thirds vote from both chambers to dispose of Department of Agriculture land, like state parks.
Proponents say this is a bipartisan issue because all residents are land owners.


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