Perhaps the most amended state constitution in the United States faces more revisions when voters head to the polls Tuesday, and that’s after voters passed two amendments in October. From the timing of pay raises for elected public officials to the sale of expropriated properties, voters are being asked to weigh in on 10 more amendments to the Louisiana Constitution.

To help make the process more digestible, the non-partisan Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana has released a guide to the amendments, breaking them down and conveying them in plain English. Read the guide here, and make an informed vote on Tuesday.

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