Voters in North Carolina will decide the fate of six constitutional amendments on their November ballots. Among them is one requiring photo ID to vote, one that takes the power of commission appointments from the governor and gives it to the legislature, and one that caps the income tax rate. Colin Campbell is editor of NC Insider. In his latest column, he says voters will be asked to approve the amendments before knowing fully how they'll be implemented. He spoke with BPR's Jeremy Loeb.