Delaware legislators do not pass initiative legislation

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July 21, 2010

By Kyle Maichle

WILMINGTON, Delaware: Legislators in Delaware ended session on June 30, 2010, without passing any initiative legislation[1][2].

Two bills were considered during the session. Senate Bill 12 would have implemented the initiative process for the state's citizens[2]. Senate Bill 13 would eliminate the current two-legislative session requirement for approving amendments to the Delaware Constitution. The new requirement would place approved constitutional amendments on the ballot for the next scheduled general election[2].

Both of the bills died in committee without seeing a floor vote in the Legislature[3][4].

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