3.3: Assembly Management Authority
The IQA shall be the sole authority to manage the initiative proposal process, to select and qualify all U.S. Candidate Initiatives, to approve initiative wording, and to place them or order their placement on nationwide ballots. The IQA shall obtain whatever advice and assistance it deems necessary. The IQA shall have the right to subpoena testimony and enforce that right through Federal Courts.
The IQA shall ensure that Candidate Initiatives are worthy and comprehensible and shall not overburden the Electorate. The IQA shall specify the requirements for citizen groups and organizations that may propose Initiatives, shall define abuse of the initiative process, and shall control the ease of proposing Initiatives.
Explanation of Assembly Management Authority
State initiatives have indicated the number of Initiatives on which an electorate can reasonably vote. There must be a single authority to control the number of proposed Initiatives, prevent abuse, and to select the most important, otherwise the process will be chaotic.
The IQA must have powers to demand information similar to Congress to perform its check and balance function.