Learn About the 2014 Utah Constitutional Amendments

Something you can count on for every state-level election is getting one or more ballot questions asking you to amend the Utah constitution. About 90% of the time, they’re very dry and somewhat boring technical changes. While the state has some good documents on the arguments for and against each, most voters are looking for a TL;DR summary of the positions. Keep reading to get a five-minute breakdown of what each constitutional amendment means. Constitutional Amendment A This amendment would change how the State Tax Commission is composed. The State Tax Commission…