Opponents of the College of Southern Idaho Refugee Center have filed a second ballot initiative that would ban such centers in Twin Falls County in the future, the Twin Falls Times-News reports
The new measure follows in the wake of a previous proposal critics said was legally unenforceable, as it illegally bound the actions of future lawmakers.
According to the Times-News
, the ballot initiative does not address those critiques, rather, it expands on why signatories believe refugee centers are "a criminal nuisance" and detrimental to their community.
"As a result, we are drowning in refugees who are destroying our Constitutional freedoms, overburdening our welfare system and posing a genuine national security threat," the petition states.