OPINION: Can California Be Saved?

California legislators have devoted their attention to promoting liberal social policies but have neglected more important issues such as ensuring public safety and the construction of badly-needed reservoirs and canals, writes Victor Davis Hanson in the National Review.  Many small business owners and middle class citizens have left the state, leaving a wealthy coastal population that makes its living in professions including entertainment, law and technology, and a much poorer inland population that suffers most from many of the state’s misguided policies.

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