Ballotpedia:WPL Category Tracker

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This page uses DPLs to list the contents of all WikiProject Law categories for our "Laws governing the initiative process" pages. A full list of these categories is as follows:
Category:States with initiated statutes
Category:States with initiated amendments
Category:States with veto referendum
Category:States with a single-subject rule
Category:States with subject restrictions
Category:States with a superseding initiative rule
Category:States with a funding source requirement
Category:States with a distribution requirement
Category:States with fiscal impact statements
Category:States with a pay-per-signature ban
Category:States with a pay-per-signature limit
Category:States with a residency requirement
Category:States with a badge requirement
Category:States with a supermajority requirement
Category:States with a limit on legislative repeal
Category:States with a limit on re-attempting initiatives
Category:Petition verification, random
Category:Petition verification, actual
Category:Circulation period, less than one year
Category:Circulation period, one-two years
Category:Circulation period, greater than two years

Initiative rights by state

States with initiated statutes


States with initiated amendments


States with veto referendum


Initiative-related rules by state

States with a single-subject rule


States with subject restrictions


States with subject restrictions


States with a superseding initiative rule


States with a funding source requirement


States with a distribution requirement


States with fiscal impact statements


States with a pay-per-signature ban


States with a pay-per-signature limit


States with a residency requirement


States with a badge requirement


States with a supermajority requirement


States with a limit on legislative repeal


States with a limit on re-attempting initiatives


Verification method by state

Petition verification, random


Petition verification, actual


Circulation period by state

Circulation period, less than one year


Circulation period, one-two years


Circulation period, greater than two years