I Guess It's One of Those Days
Yes on 1: Wine sales in groceries
See my earlier post on this matter here, as well as the subsequent discussion in the comments section.
No on 2: Fusion Voting
Well, they got the fusion part right, anyway.
This feel-good concept, as I understand it, allows a candidate to get his or her name on the ballot multiple times by lining him or herself up with any number of smaller, lesser known [read: fictitious and misleading] parties.
For example: rabid socialist, tax-raising, gun-banning candidate, Polly Peacebunny could appear on the ballot as the Democratic Party candidate, and also as the "Save the Kittens Party" candidate, the "Celebrate Freedom [read: free from personal responsibity] Party" candidate, the "Eliminate Poverty [read: give all your money to the government] Party" candidate, or any number of made-up, misleading, party affiliations.
Likewise, devout right-wing, Christian, tax-cutting, conservative candidate, Freddy Freedom, could appear on the ballot as the Republican Party candidate, and also as the "Let Women Choose Party" candidate [read: choose to carry a gun, choose to not pay higher taxes], the "Bread [read: Communion wafers] on the Table [read: altar] party", and any other impossible-to-decipher party name his supporters can come up with.
How this could be seen as a good thing by anyone other than people looking to gain votes through voter confusion is beyond me.
No on 3: Unionizing child-care providers
I haven't done any research on this topic, so maybe some of my more enlightened readers can fill us in on this one. The people I see benefiting the most from this one would be the higher-ups at the newly created union [read: Democratic special interest group]. I'm simply going with "When in doubt, vote in favor of the free market system" on this one.
The floor is yours.