A look at what ballot measures are on the November ballot.

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A look at what ballot measures are on the November ballot.

TALLAHASSEE — As they elect a governor, a U.S. senator and numerous state and local officials, Florida voters in November will decide whether to approve two property tax measures and the fate of the state’s Constitution Revision Commission.

Lawmakers placed three proposed constitutional amendments on the ballot, including two that would provide property tax breaks.

One of those measures, which will appear on the ballot as Amendment 1, would prevent properties’ assessed values from going up because of improvements aimed at combating flooding. The other proposed tax break, which will appear as Amendment 3, would expand the homestead property tax exemption for teachers, first responders and military members.

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