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Check the ‘no’ box (10/28/2012)
From: Joan McNeil

I will be voting “no” on both proposed amendments on Election Day. Neither of these amendments supports our basic rights as citizens. Both are restrictive. The state constitution protects our rights and is not the place for restrictive laws. If these issues are that important, then they should be written as laws, not constitutional amendments. It is the responsibility of the legislators to pass laws. Laws are easier to change than amendments to the constitution. Flexibility in legislation allows for changes in society and citizen expectations. The state constitution and its amendments are rigid. Future generations will live under the consequences if they are passed. Both of these amendments appear to be written from a position of fear of the future. I urge you to vote “no” on both the constitutional amendments. 

 

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