2.7: Initiatives Indirect to Congress
The Assembly shall submit Indirect Initiatives to Congress. Congress may change or overrule them. Within one year after submittal, Congress shall bring it to a conclusive vote in both Houses subject to Presidential veto or refer it back to the IQA. This shall not limit the People’s right at any time to propose similar or related Direct Initiatives nor the IQA’s right to place them on the ballot as Candidate Initiatives.
Explanation of Initiatives Indirect to Congress
States seldom use their indirect initiative process. The Amendment’s indirect process is easy to use. It will be efficient and effective to encourage Congress to take up matters without going to the time and cost of a nationwide vote.