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Notable Ballot Measure "3" Campaigns

Election Date: 11/6/2018

State of Nevada - Question 3
Legislature to Minimize Regulations on the Energy Market and Eliminate Legal Energy Monopolies

Question 3 is a constitutional amendment that would declare that Nevada’s “electricity markets be open and competitive so that all electricity customers are afforded meaningful choices among different providers, and that economic and regulatory burdens be minimized in order to promote competition and choices in the electric energy market.”

The ballot initiative itself would not change the structure of the state’s electric-power retail market. Rather, Question 3 would declare that the state’s policy is to establish an open and competitive market for electric-power; provide persons, businesses, and political subdivisions with the rights to choose providers on a competitive retail electric market and to produce electricity for themselves; and require the Nevada State Legislature to pass laws to implement Question 3, including the elimination of state-sanctioned electric-generation monopolies.

Question 3 would require the Nevada State Legislature to pass laws no later than July 1, 2023, that do the following:
(a) “establish an open, competitive retail electric energy market;”
(b) “ensure that protections are established that entitle customers to safe, reliable, and competitively priced electricity;”
(c) “protect against service disconnections and unfair practices;” and
(d) “prohibit the grant of monopolies and exclusive franchises for the generation of electricity.”

For a complete summary of the measure visit Ballotpedia.
State of Florida - Amendment 3
Voter Approval of Casino Gambling
The measure would provide voters with the "exclusive right to decide whether to authorize casino gambling in the State of Florida." Amendment 3 would make the citizen initiative process "the exclusive method of authorizing casino gambling," meaning the Florida State Legislature would not be permitted to authorize casino gambling through statute or through referring a constitutional amendment to the ballot. In Florida, the number of signatures required for an initiative is equal to 8 percent of the votes cast in the preceding presidential election. Florida also has a signature distribution requirement, which requires that signatures equal to 8 percent of the district-wide vote in at least half (14) of the state's 27 congressional districts must be collected.
For a complete summary of the measure visit Ballotpedia.
State of Massachusetts - Question 3
Gender Identity Anti-Discrimination Veto Referendum
A "yes" vote on Question 3 supports upholding a law that prohibits discrimination based on gender identity in public places. The law requires access to areas segregated based on gender—such as bathrooms and locker rooms—to be allowed according to an individual's self-identified gender identity. The law, which went into effect in October 2016, includes some exceptions. A "no" vote on this measure opposes this law and supports overturning it. This measure was put on the ballot through a signature petition drive by opponents of the 2016 law—SB 2407—which means the sponsors of the signature petition drive responsible for the measure are advocating for a "no" vote. The penalty for each violation of the law's prohibition against discrimination in public places, including discrimination based on gender identity under SB 2407, was set to be up to $100, up to 30 days in prison, or both.
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