Political and Legislative

Voters in Ohio to Consider If Abortion Access Measure Should Be Harder to Pass

Ohioans on Tuesday will vote in a special election to determine whether to raise the threshold required to amend the state constitution — and then, three months after that, voters will either approve or reject a ballot measure to enshrine abortion access in the state constitution.

A “yes” vote in Ohio’s election on State Issue 1 would mean future changes to the constitution require 60% support, up from the current minimum of 50% plus one.

If passed, the measure would go into effect before the November general election vote on the abortion measure.

Read the source article at ABC News

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