By Glenn Collins
Monday, September 17, 2012 | 4:09 PM
Alabama voters decide Tuesday whether or not to allow the state to take $437 million over the next three years from an oil and gas trust fund and transfer it to the general fund. The amendment on the ballot also changes the formula for regular transfers from the fund.
Alabama Department of Senior Services Commissioner Neal Morrison was in Haleyville Monday and said people need to get out and vote yes “to help Alabama continue on the right path to reform government and to keep people working.” Morrison, a member of Gov. Robert Bentley's cabinet, said the gist of the amendment is “about allowing (the State) to go forward and provide basic services to all the citizens of Alabama, but especially children and seniors.”
The amendment is the only item on the ballot. The exact amendment can be found [CLICK HERE]