Issues like marijuana, same-sex marriage and abortion are being voted in in states across the country
Voters on Election Day 2012 are doing more than choosing the next president, or deciding the balance of power in Congress. Across the country, they'll be tasked with settling tricky -- and albeit, perennial -- questions on issues like marijuana, same-sex marriage, abortion and the death penalty.
But this year’s state ballots also include a few more surprising issues such as measures related to President Obama’s health care law, even after a Supreme Court ruling said it was constitutional.
A total of 38 states on Tuesday will consider 174 ballot measures, including 12 referendums, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
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