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Three issues on Ohio Ballot There are three issues going on the Ohio Ballot this year. They are redistricting, direct democracy, and the Legalization of Marijuana. All three of these issues are very important and will be voted on during the November 3rd election. Voters should know what they are voting for, because all three of these issues are very important. All of the issues can affect the people of Ohio greatly whether it is new districts, new monopoly amendment, and of course the legalization of marijuana. The first issue is redistricting. Right now the lines for Ohio are partisan. This means that they are unfair, meaning that either the majority of the people choosing the districts are either republican or democrats. This means that the party in charge is going to divide their districts into sections that will benefit them. If this issue would pass it would make it more fair. It would become bipartisan, which means there are both democrats and republicans deciding the districts. Therefore voters should vote yes because it would make the districts more fair consistently, instead of changing them every …show more content…
This states that people over the age of 21 would be allowed to use medical marijuana. If you are 21 you can grow up to four flowering plants at home. you can also share up to one ounce. Anyone who has certain medical conditions would also be allowed to use this medical marijuana. However there would only be 10 centers for the distribution and growth of marijuana. Which means there would be a monopoly of this issue. However issue two could not affect this issue at all, because in this issue it specifically describes that it is a monopoly, so if you vote yes for this issue you would be voting yes for this monopoly. Voters should not vote for this issue because marijuana is the gateway drug and is more bad for you than it is good. The only exception should be strictly for medical reasons

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