Marijuana, redistricting, voting policies...exactly what proposals will be on the ballot in November? The League of Women Voters will present non-biased information to help voters decide how they want to vote on each issue we go to the polls on November 6. The Glen Oaks millage request will also be discussed. Questions will be answered following the presentation at this free community event organized by River Country Solidarity. Learn more about all of the proposals on the ballot:
A “yes” vote supports legalizing the recreational use and possession of marijuana for persons 21 years of age or older and enacting a tax on marijuana sales.
A “yes” vote supports transfering the power to draw the state’s congressional and legislative districts from the state legislature to an independent redistricting commission.
A “yes” vote supports adding eight voting policies to the Michigan Constitution, including straight-ticket voting, automatic voter registration, same-day voter registration, and no-excuse absentee voting.