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Lawmaker wants 60% of voters to OK ballot measures (access required)

A Yuma Republican wants voters to make it more difficult for themselves to pass ballot propositions. Coming on the heels of a narrow victory for proponents of Proposition 208, a tax hike on the state’s richest people to pay for public education, Rep. Timothy Dunn, R-Yuma, filed HCR2016, which would require ballot measures to get 60% ...

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