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As Election Day approaches, make sure you're informed about the constitutional amendments Floridians will vote on this November.


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Status of Amendments to be on the ballot in November This amendment is sponsored by Florida Citizen Voters and provides that only.


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the Require Constitutional Amendments to be Passed Twice Initiative, is on the ballot in Florida as an initiated constitutional amendment on November 3,


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During the recently concluded legislative session, lawmakers added two proposed constitutional amendments to the Nov. 3 ballot.


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How Florida voted on 2018 amendments

Podcast Twitter Facebook. For this report, the compilation of details and data on each amendment comes from the Florida Division of Elections. Requires the Legislature to adopt laws providing for competitive wholesale and retail markets for electricity generation and supply, and consumer protections, by June 1, , and repeals inconsistent statutes, regulations, and orders. Exempts military and law enforcement personnel in their official duties. NewsRadio WFLA — In addition to choosing the next president of the United States this November, Florida voters will also decide what to do with the latest round of constitutional amendments set to appear on the ballot. Permits Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers to sell, distribute, or dispense marijuana and marijuana accessories if clearly labeled and in childproof packaging to adults. Municipal and cooperative utilities may opt into competitive markets. Because there are no revenues linked to voting in Florida, there will be no impact on government taxes or fees. With respect to state costs for oversight, the additional costs for administering elections are expected to be minimal. Possession of handguns is not prohibited. If only two candidates qualify, no primary is held, and winner is determined in general election. While the state legislature in Tallahassee has a couple of their own that may still pass, here is our PM Tampa Bay guide to the ones approved so far. Section 2.

Tampa, Fla. Prohibits advertising or marketing targeted to persons under Prohibits marijuana use in defined public places.

Maintains limitations on marijuana use in defined circumstances. Other government costs and revenue impacts, both positive and negative, are not quantifiable.

Two highest vote getters advance to general election. From that point forward, future minimum wage increases shall revert to being adjusted annually for inflation amendments on florida ballot november 2020 September 30th, All candidates for an office, including party nominated candidates, appear on the same primary ballot.

Limits investor-owned utilities to construction, operation, and repair of electrical transmission and distribution systems. Creates criminal penalties for violations of this amendment. Information about amendments that will not appear on the ballot, including recreational marijuana, is also included below.

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Effective January 1, The proposal applies the current thresholds for passage to each of the two elections. We will continue to update our guide as additional amendments are approved. Similarly, the economic impact cannot be modeled, although the spending increase is expected to be below the threshold that would produce a statewide economic impact. Government actions to mitigate these costs are unlikely to produce material savings.