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Maryland bill would make it harder to challenge laws by referendum

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It would be more difficult for Marylanders to challenge laws through voter referendums under a constitutional amendment being considered by the Maryland Senate. Maryland is one of 27 states that allow voters to overturn laws by gathering signatures to put them on a ballot in a process known as a referendum. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Richard Madaleno Jr., D-Montgomery County, would require...

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