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Poll finds 5 ballot measures will likely pass

Associated Press Published: November 3, 2012

Another measure, if passed, would require parents to be notified prior to an abortion for a girl under 16. A doctor who provides an abortion without proper notification could receive a six-month prison sentence and a $500 fine, according to the initiative. The poll found 57 percent favor the measure, 35 percent are opposed, and 8 percent undecided.

The last ballot question would deny some state services to illegal immigrants. The initiative would require every person who seeks any state service — from student aid to disability benefits to a state job — to prove that he is a U.S. citizen or in the country legally.

That measure, according to the poll, is favored by 59 percent, opposed by 31 percent, and 10 percent are undecided.