Please explain to us how the legislature can repeal something that their constituents voted for..as in 2/3 vote?
What they tell the masses IMHO when they pull these shenanigans is that WE THE PEOPLE do not matter. They don't care what we vote for..they are just going to over-ride what we want.
Is that how things work?
For the first two years after a successful initiative takes effect the legislature can not reverse the measure without a 2/3rd vote. But...after the two year mark the legislature just needs a simple majority. I-960 was approved in '07 and took effect after validation. That was just over two years ago. So, only a simple majority is needed to overturn I-960.
It is a rule thing...and it is in our State Constitution.