Voters Face Range of Issues on State Ballots

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As state elections approach, everything from the minimum wage to abortion bans, even dove hunting, will be on the ballot. Guests examine various local initiatives around the country.


Kareem Crayton, assistant professor of law and politics at the University of Southern California Law School, Los Angeles

Bill Richardson, chair of the Political Science Department at the University of South Dakota

Steve Kraske, host of member station KCUR program Up to Date; political correspondent for the Kansas City Star



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