Initiated measures elude representative government
Controversial initiated measures will stimulate citizen turnout for the November general election as five proposals are likely to be placed on the ballot by Secretary of State Al Jaeger.
North Dakota citizens have had the initiative process in its present form since 1914. The idea, a product of the Progressive movement, was adopted in response to rampant graft and corruption in state legislatures across the country.
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