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Professional signature collectors and strategic media campaigns are becoming essential components of The Debate over Direct Legislation 31 the initiative process. As a result, only those who can afford the costs and related expenses of an initiative are able to put one on the ballot. What was initially intended to make the legislative process more democratic to average voters has become a luxury of the wealthy. 67 Still another argument maintains that since sponsoring an initiative is expensive and difficult and since there is a prevailing bias in favor of the status quo, opponents can spend smaller amounts of money in a negative campaign and beat it at the ballot.
The process demands that they learn to pay attention to explicit, as well as implicit, details and intricacies inherent to legislation. They not only need to consider the immediate effects of the proposed initiative but its long term impact as well. 53 Thus, to a certain extent, the submission of a proposition to the general electorate serves as the final word in a political controversy. 3. PROCESS-ORIENTED ARGUMENTS AGAINST INITIATIVES There are strong arguments against initiatives that focus on the procedural drawbacks of direct legislation.
Ordinary legislation normally is conducted in the halls of government where legislators have the opportunity to personally meet and discuss the bills. In contrast, direct legislation does not usually allow for such in person deliberation. When legislators meet on a regular basis, when they exchange ideas and observations there is likelihood that they will thereby produce better legislation. First, they are more likely to minimize legislative errors and flaws. 57 Second, they have the enhanced opportunity to change and perfect 28 A Theory of Direct Legislation the bill before it is actually sent to the floor for a vote.