Amendment 8: Religious Freedom
This amendment repeals a provision in the state Constitution that bans taxpayer funding of religious institutions. If passed, the measure would enable the state to provide financial support to religious schools and institutions.
Opponents, including the League of Women Voters of Florida, say the amendment erodes the separation of church and state and takes away from public education.
Supporters say the measure would enable the state to provide funding for programs that are considered valuable public services.
For complete wording of the amendment, visit the Florida Division of Elections online.