Written by Daniel Mollenkamp || 18th June 2018 || News analysis || Policy and Politics | Regulation and Legislation | Florida North America United States
A proposed ban on indoor vaping in Florida would currently fail – not because harm reduction arguments are winning, but merely because of voter fatigue, according to observers.
A poll conducted by the Florida Chamber of Commerce found the majority of voters are currently overwhelmed by the number and complicated nature of amendments proposed to the state’s constitution.
The 6th November ballot has 13 proposed amendments alongside the usual slate of state and congressional electoral contests. Each amendment requires the positive support of at least 60% of voters. ...
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