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How You Should Probably Vote: Yes On Measure 6

How You Should Probably Vote: Yes On Measure 6

By popular request, I’m working my way through the ballot measures explaining each one and how I’m voting. I’m going in order, Measures 1-8. You can see my previous posts here. In 2006 a group of citizens (many of them the same people pushing Measure 6 today) got together and put a shared parenting measure

How You Should Probably Vote: Yes On Measure 3

This is the third in my on-going series about how I’m voting on North Dakota’s ballot measures. Measure 3 would amend North Dakota’s constitution to replace the existing part-time, seven-member State Board of Higher Education with a full-time, three-member commission. The idea being that the part-timers are having a difficult time governing full-time university presidents.

How You Should Probably Vote: Yes On Measure 2 To Stop One Form Of Property Tax

It’s ironic, at least to this political observer, that we have another Measure 2 on the statewide ballot seeking to abolish a tax. In June of 2012, a constitutional amendment on the ballot called Measure 2 was hugely controversial because it sought to abolish property taxes which collect hundreds of millions of dollars per year

How You Should Probably Vote: Yes On Measure 1

The abortion issue is a fascinating one, because I believe a sea change of opinion on this issue is in the offing. Allow me to explain. Despite America’s evolved and evolving attitudes on other controversial issues – gay marriage, drug legalization, unmarried cohabitation, contraception, etc. – the needle doesn’t seem to be moving much on

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