UPDATE: Restrictions to Idaho Ballot Measures Moves Forward 

"The point is, to be succesful with this, you are not going to get those signatures sitting at Costco in Boise, you have to get out, and you have to get all over the state."

UPDATE: March 11, 2013 The Idaho Senate 25-10 on March 11 to approve a measure that would change how initiatives make their way to statewide ballots. The bill - it became law - would require signatures from 6 percent of the voters…

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