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A new ballot measure campaign seeks to amend North Dakota’s state constitution to make it harder to amend the constitution.

Specifically, it would require a 60 percent supermajority for any constitutional amendment on the ballot to pass. It would also limit each proposed amendment to just one topic.

Is this good reform? Or a power grab or, as the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead put it in an editorial, a “stunt” aimed at weakening the voices of voters?

Rick Gion, head of North Dakota Voters First, a group responsible for multiple constitutional ballot measures in the past, believes it’s the latter.

He talks it over with me on this episode of Plain Talk Live.

All episodes of Plain Talk Live are also available on the Plain Talk podcast, which you can subscribe to by way of your favorite podcasting service.