Spokane voters may get a chance to consider a new list of proposals from Envision Spokane on the November ballot.
Kai Huschke, campaign coordinator of Envision Spokane, said the group turned in signatures on Friday and Monday for its new version of the "Community Bill of Rights."
The group's first attempt at passing a "Community Bill of Rights" failed in 2009 with only 21 percent support.
The new list is paired down from 2009. It includes extra requirements for the approval of certain kinds of development and a rule that would say that corporations would "not be deemed as 'persons'" and could not interfere with the enforcement of the "Community Bill of Rights."
City Clerk Terri Pfister said turned in 4,516 signatures. To earn a spot on the November ballot, at least 2,778 of them must be ruled valid by the Spokane County Elections Office. The requirement represents 5 percent of the number of people who voted in the city of Spokane in 2009.