People used as pawns in their attempt to seek a taxpayer funded bailout [for mismanaged funds]?
People used as pawns in their attempt to [provide cover] for vote-by-mail?
Is this about the virus OR THE ELECTION?
Is this about the virus OR A STATE BAILOUT?
Removal of Civil Liberties?
Removal of Constitutional Rights?
Welcome to the [D] party.
Dormant people accept what they are told.
DOJ intervention coming?
Breaking911 tweet: https://archive.fo/RoX0O
BREAKING: Los Angeles Countyâ€™s stay-at-home orders extended for the next 3 months - KTLA
12:14 PM - 12 May 2020
OC REGISTER: Californiaâ€™s massive debt should caution against big spending
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD | email@example.com |
PUBLISHED: January 9, 2019 at 10:04 am | UPDATED: January 9, 2019 at 10:04 am
Californiaâ€™s state and local debts topped $1.5 trillion as of June 30, 2017, according to a recent analysis by the California Policy Center. Addressing massive obligations should be a top priority moving forward.
The analysis by California Policy Center fellow Edward Ring and Marc Joffe from the Reason Foundation, released last week, includes the stateâ€™s large unfunded pension liabilities, as well as outstanding bonds and other long-term obligations.
While Gov. Gavin Newsom and Democratic leaders in the Legislature surely want to push a progressive policy agenda, the stateâ€™s huge debts and obligations canâ€™t be overlooked, however inconvenient their presence might be.