A national referendum may be placed on the ballot by approval of 10% of the state legislatures (5 states)
A 60% plurality shall be necessary for passage of the referendum.
A successful referendum shall become law subject to not being overridden by a vote of both houses of the United States Congress. A vote to override shall be a one-issue vote. It may be a repeal-and-replace vote.
Results of a successful referendum vote shall not be subject to judicial review nor be subject to a presidential veto.
A maximum of three legislative proposals may be placed on ballot every two years.