Constitutional Amendments on the Ballot Explained [VIDEO]
Political analyst Scott Hughes talks with 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty about the four proposed amendments to the state constitution for voters' consideration this election season.
In Part 1, Hughes details the idea behind and purpose of amendments one, two and three, which are summed up by businessreport.com:
"Amendment No. 1 would create a property tax exemption for certain goods destined for the Outer Continental Shelf. Amendment No. 2 would allow the Education Excellence Fund to finance three more schools and public TV. Amendment No. 3 would allow the Board of Tax Appeals to rule on constitutional questions."
In Part 2 of his KEEL interview, Hughes dissects the fourth of the four constitutional proposals. Also from businessreport.com:
"Amendment No. 4 would give New Orleans the ability to create a residential property tax exemption for affordable housing developments."
He also gives an update on the governor's race, including his thooghts on the possibility of incumbent John Bel Edwards avoiding a runoff with a Republican challenger.