“November’s big ballot probably won’t be downsized by California’s new election law”

John Myers for the LAT:

In a state where direct democracy is considered a birthright, activists have often bypassed legislators and asked voters to write laws at the ballot box.

But one year after the enactment of what was hailed as a major electoral reform to encourage compromise between the two lawmaking processes, there’s still skepticism of working inside the world of Sacramento politics.

Even from some politicians who work there.

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