To get constitutional amendments on the ballot, California should require 25% of both houses of the legislature to support an initiative proposal before it appears on the ballot. Signature collection would also be required.

To approve California Constitutional amendments through the initiative process, 60% of the votes should be required.

California should convene representative samples of the public to deliberate about the merits and drawbacks of ballot propositions and make recommendations that would appear in the voter handbook.

California should convene representative samples of the public to deliberate about public interest propositions that should go on the ballot with a reduced number of signatures.