Originally Posted by RaymondR
It's an amazing place the United States, the citizenry can get a government
At least in California
, citizens can start an "initiative." For that process to work
, they much have x number of registered voters sign it. I just don't remember the number. All those signatures have then to be "verified", and determined to be registered voters in Calif. And of course, the State of California
government's politicians, have some interest in responding to the wishes of the voters. I also don't know if the other States have a way for initiatives, and referendums. Probably online, if one cares that much. It all seems far away, enjoying a lovely, warm Brisbane
This event was of interest to me, because the BCDC has empire built themselves into a real tyrannical sort of Commision, and this action against their harassment may cause the government to limit their actions.