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History of direct democracy in Connecticut

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Direct democracy advocates in the Progressive era failed to win initiative and referendum rights at either the state or local levels in Connecticut, except in the city of Bristol. However, citizens in many of the state's small towns still enjoy the right to enact ordinances by popular vote in their town meetings.

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