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====22 states where citizens can initiate new laws/statutes====

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Native American tribes

Navajo Nation | Lumbee Nation

18 states where citizens can initiate constitutional amendments

Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Florida | Illinois | Massachusetts
Michigan | Mississippi | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska | Nevada | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | South Dakota

22 states where citizens can initiate new laws/statutes

Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Idaho | Maine | Massachusetts | Michigan | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska
Nevada | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | South Dakota | Utah | Washington | Washington, D.C. | Wyoming

25 states where citizens can overturn state statutes through veto referendum

Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Idaho | Kentucky | Maine | Maryland
Massachusetts | Michigan | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska | Nevada | New Mexico | North Dakota | Ohio
Oklahoma | Oregon | South Dakota | Utah | Washington | Washington, D.C. | Wyoming

18 states with the right of statewide recall

(36 states permit the recall of local officials)

Arizona | Alaska | California | Colorado | Georgia | Idaho | Kansas | Louisiana | Michigan | Minnesota
Montana | Nevada | New Jersey | North Dakota | Oregon | Rhode Island | Washington | Wisconsin

State with the right of statute affirmation

Nevada

6 states with the right of citizen-initiated grand jury empanelment

Kansas | Nebraska | Nevada | New Mexico | North Dakota | Oklahoma

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