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Chapter 3 of The Book of the States 2018 contains the following tables:

Chapter 2 of The Book of the States 2018 contains the following tables:

Twenty-two state constitutional amendments were enacted in 2017, with voters approving every amendment of state-wide applicability that appeared on the ballot. This included the lone citizen-initiated amendment, an Ohio amendment that strengthened victims’ rights. Other notable amendments require transportation-related taxes to be dedicated to transportation projects, as in Delaware and Louisiana, and authorize courts to reduce or revoke the public pension of officials convicted of felony offenses related to their official duties in New York.  Voters in New York overwhelmingly rejected a referendum on calling a convention to consider changes to the state constitution. A constitutional commission in Ohio came to a premature end, while another commission in Florida began work.

Chapter 1 of The Book of the States 2018 contains the following article and tables:

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This SLC Regional Resource raises policy considerations and highlights the connections between the ongoing opioid crisis and the national shortage of organs for transplantation. In addition, this report looks at the history and process of organ donation and transplants; actions taken at the state and federal level to facilitate organ donation; and how the national opioid crisis is affecting transplant rates.

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