State officials discuss ballot issues Friday
PRESCOTT - The Arizona Secretary of State's Office will conduct an informational meeting in Prescott Friday about the eight statewide propositions on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.
The meeting starts at 2 p.m. at the Las Fuentes Resort Village, 1039 Scott Dr.
People supporting and opposing the ballot measures will have a chance to speak.
The eight propositions are:
Prop. 100 - An initiative to amend the state Constitution to prohibit any new tax on real estate transfers or sales.
Prop. 101 - An initiative to amend the state Constitution to prohibit laws that would restrict a person's right to make choices on health care services and coverage.
Prop. 102 - A legislative referral to amend the state Constitution to prohibit same-sex marriage.
Prop. 105 - An initiative to amend the Constitution to require any future initiatives containing spending or tax increases to be approved by a majority of all registered voters, not just those casting ballots.
Prop. 200 - An initiative to change state law to remove the 2010 automatic expiration of a current law authorizing payday loans, and to place new restrictions on those high-interest, short-term loans.
Prop. 201 - An initiative to provide new warranty and other rights to property buyers, including buyers of new homes.
Prop. 202 - An initiative to change a 2007 state law against hiring illegal immigrants by, among other things, tightening rules on making complaints and targeting employers who pay workers under the table.
Prop. 300 - A referral by a state commission to raise the 90 state legislators' annual salary from $24,000 to $30,000.