Abortion foes who failed to get enough signatures for an anti-abortion constitutional initiative for last year's election have submitted the paperwork to try again. The proposal comes from former state representative Rick Jore, who won election wi th both the Republ ican Party and the Constitution Party. The initiative would change the state constitution to say that human life begins at fertilization and that all humans have a fundamental right to life. In 2008, supporters of the proposed amendment wel l short of the number of signatures needed to place the measure on the ballot. Opponents cal led i t an extremist measure that runs afoul of women's right to privacy. Initiative backers would need more than 40,000 petition signatures to place it on the 2010 ballot.