|Legislative perspective on Kentucky General Assembly|
It has been a little more than two years since many of my colleagues in the Kentucky House of Representatives and I unveiled this proposed amendment, which went on to be approved overwhelmingly by the General Assembly in 2011. It had to wait until this upcoming general election, however, because constitutional amendments can only be put before voters in even-numbered years.
If other states are a guide, this amendment should have no problem at the polls. Ninety percent of Tennessee’s voters gave their support for the concept in 2010, for example, while the votes in Arkansas and South Carolina that year topped 80 percent.
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