From the Associated Press:
Four questions on their way to next year’s ballot are first heading to state lawmakers to give them a chance to act on them before voters weigh in.
Supporters of the four proposed laws have already submitted the signatures of more than 80,239 registered voters required by the Massachusetts Constitution to secure a spot on the 2020 ballot.
The measures would create a “ranked-choice” voting system in Massachusetts, increase funding for the state’s struggling nursing homes, update the right-to-repair law covering car repairs, and allow food stores to sell beer and wine.
Two constitutional amendments were also filed, but supporters failed to collect enough signatures to put them before lawmakers or voters.