An oldie from 2010, but still a goodie:
Don’t vote for any ballot measure that creates an unfunded obligation on the state budget or “locks in” more of the budget.
Constitutional provisions that limit the use of certain tax revenues or impose spending requirements on the budget without providing the resources to fulfill those obligations exacerbate California’s fiscal problems. These provisions range from dedication of sales taxes collected on gasoline to transportation to the “Three Strikes” law establishing minimum sentencing requirements.
Why don't we teach these civics concepts to kids in high school? More here.