DALLAS - A proposed Arizona constitutional amendment that gives non-voters potential veto power over state spending initiatives could also threaten local bond proposals, opponents say.

Proposition 105 on today's ballot, known as "Majority Rules," would require approval of any spending measure brought to the ballot by a citizen initiative by a simple majority of registered voters. That means that no vote at all would count as a "no" vote. Essentially, a majority of non-voters could veto any spending measure that won a majority of the votes cast.

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