John Carney wrote a quick overview of what the vote was all about this time in Sunday's Times-Gazette. http://www.t-g.com/story/2127701.html It helped me get my decisions lined up with two exceptions.
Coincidentally they were numbered 1 & 2. Listening to the advertisements about the issue, I understood and agreed with both sides, but looking a little deeper helped me read through most of it. But......
What do the proponents of proposed constitutional amendment #1 mean when they say that many abortion clinics are not licensed, and they do not need to be? Do they mean they did not buy a permit or their medical procedures are not monitored and controlled?
As with the abortion issue, I cringe when 'government' is authorized to get involved in something, so I was originally skeptical of proposed amendment 2. Allowing for legislature review seemed to give politicians more opportunity to play politics, so I balked, but when I saw previous and sitting governors supporting it, I rethought it.
I am truly disappointed in our choices for U.S. Representative but, it is what it is so I have to choose.