Editor’s note: To help our readers better understand the 11 proposed state constitutional amendments on the general election ballot Nov. 6,
before they head to the polls, the Sun is running a series with information compiled by the Collins Center for Public Policy, which has offices throughout Florida. From the center’s website: “Named after Gov. LeRoy Collins (served 1955-61), the nonprofit Collins Center for Public Policy was established in 1988 to seek out creative, nonpartisan solutions to Florida’s toughest issues.”
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