BOSTON (WWLP) – Massachusetts voters chose to pass three of the four statewide ballot questions Tuesday.

Massachusetts Ballot Question 1: Additional Tax on Income Over One Million Dollars

Question 1 is sometimes referred to as the Fair Share Amendment. The question passed, meaning it will change the tax structure in Massachusetts and create a 4% surtax on any income over 1 million dollars. Revenue from this question would be used, subject to appropriation, for education and transportation.

Massachusetts Ballot Question 2: Regulation of Dental Insurance

Question 2 has also passed and will require the Massachusetts Division of Insurance to approve or disapprove rates of dental benefits plans and also require that dental insurance carriers allocate at least 83 percent of paid premiums to patient care.

Massachusetts Ballot Question 3: Expanded Availability of Licenses for the Sale of Alcoholic Beverages

Question 3 was the only statewide question to not pass, which would have capped liquor licenses a retailer can hold to 18, of which only 7 can be full liquor licenses. It would have also prohibited in-store self-checkout of alcohol, change how fines are calculated, and add out-of-state I.D.s to the list of approved identification.

With a no vote, there will be no changes to the current law.

Massachusetts Ballot Question 4: Eligibility for Driver’s Licenses

Question 4 has passed, meaning the law recently signed by lawmakers to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver’s license in Massachusetts will continue to take effect on July 1, 2023.

There was also an additional Question 5 for residents to decide on whether the term for the mayor of Agawam will be changed from two to four years mayoral term. 22News has the result for that. Voters have said “no” which will keep the mayoral term to two years.