More money is the life-saving therapy for the failed state agency, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
The city of Needles declared itself a “2nd Amendment Sanctuary” city; wants exemption to some state gun laws.
State officials who show diligence at their job are not easy to find in California. One notable exception is State Auditor Elaine Howle.
“The California State University stashed away $1.5 billion in discretionary reserves,” the Sacramento Bee reports.
The raise is not based on any performance measure, and that is also true for government employee unions.
Whatever Mary Nichols is trying to hide can’t be good for California taxpayers.
The CCC keeps busy adding new commissioners and deploying its new power to bypass the courts and levy fines directly, and the action against the Ritz-Carlton shows that power in action.
It’s all about spending, expanding government, and ruling-class privilege.
Ismael Huazo-Jardinez’s case confirms the need for stricter oversight of judges’ actions.
When it comes to providing quality education, money matters. But simply spending more doesn’t necessarily mean better quality education.