The state's convoluted process for putting ballot questions before voters hit another milestone this week. Secretary of State Bill Galvin announced that supporters of seven proposed laws had gathered enough signatures to send their proposals to the Legislature. It can now act on the issues in question, or just take a pass, in which case the proposed laws will likely go before voters come November.

Adam Reilly is joined by GBH News State House reporter Katie Lannan for an overview of the questions that made the cut and which topics, if any, are likely to prompt legislative action by the looming late-April deadline.

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