differences between the constitutions of Nevada and the United States

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One of the biggest differences between the constitutions of Nevada and the United States is that Nevada allows for direct democracy where the voters can propose their own laws and amendments, nullify legislative actions, and recall elected officials. Critics of the process contend that it is another way for interests groups and those with lots of resources to further influence the policy making process. Do you think direct democracy is a “good” idea? Why or why not? Would this same process work at the federal level and help to bypass partisan gridlock on some issues? Why or why not? If it was used nationally should the Supreme Court be able to nullify the voters’ will?

Please answer it as a discussion.
It is relate to Nevada State.

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