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 County’s stay-at-home orders extended for the next 3 months - KTLA
12:14 PM - 12 May 2020
OC REGISTER: California’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
California’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 state’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 state’s huge debts and obligations can’t be overlooked, however inconvenient their presence might be.