Some Republican lawmakers are moving to curtail future state voter initiatives, posing a possible obstacle to supporters of Medicaid expansion, who are already locked in a bitter fight to preserve initiatives passed in the November midterm elections.

Lawmakers in Florida and Missouri are weighing legislation to make ballot initiatives more challenging by charging fees, mandating more petition signatures or requiring more votes for passage. Both states are likely to be targeted by organizers for Medicaid-expansion petition…

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Voter Initiatives, Including Medicaid Expansion, Could Get Harder to Pass – The Wall Street Journal