Opponents of Florida’s Amendment three marched from Bethel Missionary Baptist Church to the steps of Florida’s old capital building today. Amendment three, appearing on the November ballot, changes the way the state calculates its revenue cap.
This November voters will have more to decide than just who will be the next President of the United States. They’ll also have to choose whether or not to add up to 11 different amendments to Florida’s Constitution. And this is what we’re hearing about those amendments so far: