BRADENTON, Fla. — Florida voters face 11 constitutional amendments on next month’s general election ballot, and two of them could significantly alter the ability of officials to raise revenues for state and local government budgets.

Six of the amendments, including two that affect state and local budgets, put tax limits, exemptions and loopholes in the constitution, according to Florida League of Women Voters president Deirdre Macnab.

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