BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana voters this fall will decide whether college systems can boost their own tuition rates, whether to sock away money from oil price booms into savings and whether to rewrite the state's corporate tax laws.

Lawmakers passed six proposed constitutional amendments during their three legislative sessions that stretched from February until June.

All of the amendment proposals will be on the Nov. 8 ballot for voters to consider. That's the same time Louisianians will be voting for a new president, the person to fill an open U.S. Senate seat and the state's six U.S. House members.

The amendments are not the heavy lift of some years, when voters were asked to sift through a dozen or more constitutional rewrite proposals, but the complex list still could require some homework.

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