Related Program: Idaho Matters Concordia Law Professor Questions Legislature's "Overreach" By Gemma Gaudette • Apr 1, 2019 Related Program: Idaho Matters ShareTweetEmail legislature.idaho.gov Listen Listening... / 10:56 Concordia law professor McKay Cunningham recently had a column published in the Idaho Falls Post Register question the current legislature's efforts to change the state's ballot initiative processes. Cunningham joins Idaho Matters on Monday to discuss his concerns. Tags: concordia lawmckay cunninghamballot initiativeShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Idaho House Signs Off On Two Initiative Restriction Bills By James Dawson • Mar 29, 2019 boise state public radio After nearly three hours of contentious debate, Idaho House lawmakers voted to make it significantly harder to put a citizens’ initiative on the ballot. Idaho House Republicans Backpedal On Initiative Restrictions Bill By James Dawson • Mar 28, 2019 Emilie Ritter Saunders / Boise State Public Radio House Republican leadership is trying to ease up on an embattled bill that would significantly tighten the ballot initiative process in Idaho. Listen Listening... / 1:30 Click 'play' to hear the audio version of this story. Idaho House To Debate Initiative Restrictions Bill By James Dawson • Mar 26, 2019 James Dawson / Boise State Public Radio An Idaho House panel passed a controversial voter initiative bill Tuesday afternoon in the face of significant opposition. Another multi-hour hearing with the vast majority of testimony against the bill seemingly did little to stop the House State Affairs committee from moving it forward to the full House on a 10-5 vote. Listen Listening... / 1:16 Click 'play' to hear the audio version of this story. State Senator Seeks To Change Ballot Initiative Procedures By Samantha Wright • Mar 13, 2019 adacounty.id.gov Listen Listening... / 10:30 Efforts are underway to weaken the ability to bring voter initiatives to ballot and on Wednesday's Idaho Matters, we talk with Luke Mayville and Tracy Olson of Reclaim Idaho.