BRADENTON, Fla. — As the Southeastern economy slowly begins to thaw, measures on the Nov. 6 ballot reflect both fiscal conservatism and pent-up demand for education and transportation needs.

Florida lawmakers placed nearly a dozen constitutional amendments on next week's ballot, and many of them would restrict expenditures or the ability to raise taxes from the state to the local governmental level.

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