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From GoLocalProv.com by GoLocalProv News Team:
Would voters prefer to have their General Assembly members serve an unlimited number of two-year terms or a capped number of four-year terms?
That’s the question Rep. John J. Lombardi posed before the House today and, if he has his way, voters would make the decision in the state’s next general election.
In legislation submitted to the House today, Lombardi is calling for an amendment to the state’s constitution that would change legislators’ terms and lengths of service. If approved by voters, the change would take effect beginning with the 2016 election.