June 27, 2018 | WFMY
In November, you’ll have the chance to vote on several constitutional amendments if they make it onto the ballot. Professor John Dinan of Wake Forest University says: “Some of the amendments would add to the rights that North Carolina citizens currently enjoy. That would be the victims rights amendments and the right to hunting and fishing, other of these amendments would seek to resolve disputes between the legislature and the governor over who has ultimate authority. And then at least one of these amendments would take a current policy, low income taxes, and would seek to lock that in and prevent future legislators from changing that.”
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