Dan at Between the Links has the details (his links):
A bill sponsored by Mike Ball (R-Madison), HB263, is a constitutional amendment to allow for an initiatives process to the state. Randy Hinshaw tells the world that the bill is going to be taken up by the the House Constitution and Elections Committee on Wednesday.
(Be sure to read the comments at Dan's post for a good question and answer about potential ballot overload due to I&R)
For more information check Dan's I&R page. He has a list of each lawmaker in Montgomery and his position (if known) on Initiative and Referendum. He and Dr. IQ have done a lot of work getting the word out on this and if you have any questions about I&R you can find the answers at their sites.
If we're serious about reforming our state government, Initiative & Referendum is the place to start. Let your representatives know you expect them to support it. It will be an uphill battle, getting legislators to give more power to the people, at the expense of their own power, is never easy. (Talk about stating the obvious). There is some support in Montgomery, however and it's start.