Alaskans for Efficient Government v. State
This falls into the area of ballot access law known as a pre-election challenge. In the case at hand, the Alaska Supreme Court supported the previous decision of the Lieutenant Governor of Alaska to decline to place the initiative on the ballot.
The proposed initiative, had it been placed on the ballot and passed, would have required that the Alaska state legislature needed a supermajority vote to pass tax-related bills.
The court ruled that since article II, section 14 of the Alaska Constitution requires bills to be enacted by a majority vote, and since article XI, section 1 of the Alaska Constitution does not allow an initiative to amend a constitutional requirement--in this case, the requirement that bills be enacted by a majority vote (not a supermajority vote)--it was proper for the lieutenant governor to decline to place the initiative on the ballot.