States typically allow either an initiative or a popular referendum as options to their citizens. Initiatives, when allowed, give citizens the opportunity to introduce a new law and bring it to either state legislature or the voters.
In states that allow a direct statutory initiative, the initiative would go directly to the voters. Currently, there are 14 states that allow this method. In this case, once the petition has enough valid signatures, the initiative is turned in and the voters decide directly.
In the states that allow for indirect statutory initiatives, the initiative has to pass through state legislature first. From there, voters may still vote on it if the legislature denies it, but this is only a secondary measure. 11 states currently allow indirect initiatives.
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