I believe People believe in common sense. Louisiana voters approved a bipartisan constitutional amendment

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I believe People believe in common sense. Louisiana voters approved a bipartisan constitutional amendment declaring abortion is not a constitutionally and shine right. This is town all dot com. Legalizing marijuana and curtailing abortion were among the scores of hot button ballot measures Voters weighed in on this election day. A total of 120 proposed state laws and constitutional amendments were on the ballot in 32 states, touching on issues ranging from voting rights and racial inequalities to taxes and education. Nationwide push to legalize marijuana gain. Mo mentum with victories in Arizona and New Jersey, where voters approved its use by adults age 21 older in Louisiana voters affirmed there is no state constitutional right to abortion. That could come into play if the U. S. Supreme Court overturns it's Roe vs Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. Ben Thomas Washington Florida voters have approved a measure to gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, joining at least seven other states. For these stories, a townhall dot com A Patrick Cause My name is

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