States with veto referendum only
Revision as of 23:01, 5 April 2011 by Jacqueline
- A state government enacts a new law;
- A group that opposes the new law collects enough signatures within the statutory timeframe in that state to place that new law on a statewide ballot for the voters to either endorse it as a law, or to withhold their approval.
- Maryland signature requirements
- New Mexico signature requirements
- Forms of direct democracy in the American states