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The bill would limit the percentage of signatures that could be collected from a congressional district to 15% of the total number of signatures. Submitted petition signatures would have to be sorted by congressional district, and the person filing the petition would have to certify to the Michigan Secretary of State (SOS) that the number of signatures did not exceed the limit. Signatures from a district in excess of 15% would be invalid and could not be counted.The bill would require that, in addition to a 14-point heading and 8-point text of the proposal, the petition would have to include a summary of that proposal that is no more than 100 words and in a 12-point font.Learn more at legislature.mi.gov