Saturday, August 5, 2017

“She learned a lot from it. Just to see how the process goes”

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"With an eye on the 2018 and 2020 ballots, 17 groups filed more than two dozen initiative petitions for proposed laws and constitutional amendments in time to be considered for certification by Attorney General Maura Healey. 
Wednesday’s 5 p.m. petition deadline is the first step in the process to get a question on the statewide ballot. Petitioners filed 26 proposed laws that could show up on the 2018 ballot and two constitutional amendments that would appear on the 2020 ballot if successful, the attorney general’s office said. 
Lawmakers largely departed the State House late last week for summer recess, and August marks a time for citizens to try their hands at crafting policy."

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On MA.GOV, you can find information on the Initiatives and Other Types of Ballot Questions

You can find info on the Voting Process

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