A Manageable Improvement to the State Initiative Process?

From Fox & Hounds:

Californians have a love-hate relationship with the Initiative process. Recent surveys by PPIC show that two-thirds of voters are satisfied with the initiative process even though a majority think that special interests have too much control and an even larger majority think the wording of initiatives is “often too complicated and confusing.”

Which begs the question: is there a way to mitigate the drawbacks without eschewing a very popular tool of direct democracy?

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