Residents to vote on four more state questions in their sweet home of Alabama

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June 12, 2012


By Al Ortiz

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama: The whirlwind of ballot measure activity has finally come to a halt in the state of Alabama, for now.

The Alabama Secretary of State rounded out the list of 2012 measures on the statewide ballot by recently adding four more questions to be placed before voters.

The four questions added to the ballot were as follows:

In all 11 statewide ballot measures will appear on the state ballot, all but one slated for November 6. The one measure that will not be on the ballot on this date is a medicaid amendment which would authorize the transfer of $145.8 million from an oil and gas trust fund to the General Fund for the state Medicaid budget. That measure will appear on the September 18 ballot.

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