When California’s land use policies keep them from moving to California, they end up living in states that give them a much higher carbon footprint.
It’s no secret that the media are in bad shape and that is particularly true in California.
Expanding education options through education savings accounts would help students and taxpayers alike.
More bureaucracy won’t get people off of the streets.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf yesterday declared her willingness to go to jail to protect her “sanctuary city” policy, attacking the “bully in chief” for “trying to intimidate our most vulnerable residents,” i.e., undocumented migrants. She may want to rethink Oakland’s continuing to pay homage to an earlier bully against would-be immigrants: namely, the Cesar...
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Any day now the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, the outcome of which will have major implications.
California governor Jerry Brown wants to impose the state’s first-ever tax on drinking water.
A growing number of parents may be voting with their feet this fall by taking advantage of Arizona’s expansive educational choice programs.
The surging national economy has given California a budget surplus by some accounts of more than $5 billion, with tax collections up about $3.8 billion above what Governor Jerry Brown anticipated in January. California taxpayers should not expect Brown to return any money to the taxpayers, in the style of governor George Deukmejian, who...
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Proposed legislation, AB-2943, making its way through the California legislature, is the latest example of why east coast folks see California as the land of fruit and nuts.