With Democratic legislators moving toward passing a bill to move June ballot measures to November, a counter move is being contemplated to mount a referendum against such a bill if it is signed by the governor.

This morning, Jon Fleischman reported on Flash Report that SB 202 is the likely vehicle to receive the "gut-and-amend" treatment and carry the language to move initiatives to November.

I am told by a attorney specializing in the field of election law, if a referendum on the expected legislative action qualifies for the ballot, that would freeze the implementation of the new law and all the initiatives that were due to appear on the June ballot would appear on the ballot. Those measures include both the Stop Special Interest Money initiative and the Amazon tax referendum, which appear to be the target of the public unions and Democratic lawmakers.