While Colorado voters will be considering, and probably rejecting, Amendment 38 designed to make it easier to get issues on the ballot this year, Flordia voters will be considering Amendment 3.
Florida Amendment 3 would require 60% support of the voters to pass a constitutional amendment, rather than the current 50%. Two polls taken in September showed it on track to passage. Zogby for Miami Herald found in its September poll that the proposal was leading 67% yes, 27% no. A Mason-Dixon poll in September found the proposal leading 44% yes, 23% no.
A blue ribbon commission in Colorado looking at changes important to the state's economic development and finding that poor public finance decisions driven by voter initiatives (like TABOR, Gallagher and Amendment 23) were an important barrier to the state's economic growth proposed that Colorado take a similar step.
If Florida Amendment 3 passes in there, supporters of the concept that it should be harder to amend the state constitution than it is to enact a statute might be emboldened to place it before Colorado voters in a future election.
There theory is that major bedrock rules of the entire system set forth in the state constitution ought to have a wider consensus support than a mere 50%+1 of the votes cast on a single day. The downside of the proposal for good government advocates is that it further entrenches the clutter that is in the state constitution now, making it harder to strip out existing provisions.