OPINION: California voters go wild for more spending: James Poulos

Californians approved numerous tax increases this Election Day, including new bond debt for schools, an extension of taxes originally promised would be temporary, and a new $2 a pack tobacco tax increase. On social policy, Californians favored a liberal perspective, including a vote to reinstate bilingual education, legalize recreational marijuana, and an advisory measure criticizing political spending by corporations, writes James Poulos in the Los Angeles Daily News.

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