Although all the attention this past week was on the presidential and senatorial races, voters in many states also cast their ballots for propositions aimed at everything from an increase in the state minimum wage to $15/hour (Florida) to declaring Uber and Lyft drivers to be independent contractors (California). In seven states, voters cast their ballots for or against measures impacting their states’ criminal justice systems. Here is an article from the Marshall Project that reports on these measures.https://www.themarshallproject.org/2020/10/28/7-states-where-voters-could-change-the-future-of-criminal-justiceFor this week’s Discussion, read the article and select one of the states. Then do the following:1. Summarize the proposal that was on the ballot.2. Tell us how the vote on it turned out.3. Explain the rationale behind the measure.4. Explain the views of those who opposed the measure.5. Give us you own view of the merits and demerits of the proposal.