Why I vote “no” on (almost) all California ballot propositions, even if I agree with them
Michael Levinson
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I would suggest that your anti-proposition stance should have another test which Prop 67 would pass: Is this a referendum?

ie, is this a law that the legislature passed, and proponents used the referendum process (http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/ballot-measures/referendum/) to halt it from taking effect and force a popular vote instead?

It would seem consistent with the rest of your beliefs to advocate for “when in doubt, vote yes on referendums”, such as Prop 67.

(I’m also not quite clear on how voting No on 55 will lead to overturning Prop 13.)