Monthly Archives: October 2020
In this episode of Utah Thrives, we discuss the seven constitutional amendment propositions on the November 3, 2020 ballot. We give particular attention to Amendment G, which would allow income tax revenues to be used for purposes beyond education.
There are a number of constitutional amendments on the ballot confronting Utah voters this November. The Utah Foundation provided summaries and brief analyses of each in its recent report On the Ballot: Constitutional Amendments Nov. 3, 2020. But by far the most controversial item is Amendment G, which expands the potential uses of income tax revenue. Currently, Utah’s income taxes are dedicated to public and higher education alone. The amendment would broaden the named uses. … Continued