Will the National Citizens Initiative for Democracy allow laws to be made at the state level?

Yes. Citizens in states without any current initiative process, such as Texas and Connecticut, will be able to use NCID to vote on state-level legislation. In states like California, which has offered an initiative process for more than 100 years, citizens will be able to choose between the old initiative procedure and the new NCID procedure. Since NCID addresses many weaknesses identified in the existing California procedure, we expect most sponsors will prefer the new NCID procedure.