California Gov. Jerry Brown likes to talk about “loyalty to California.” For Brown, that means that public people should put aside their partisan interests to do what is best for the Golden State.
Last week, Brown failed his own loyalty test. He agreed to a deal to put a tax increase measure on the November ballot when he has to know that the new measure would exacerbate California’s dysfunctional finances.
Gov. Jerry Brown last Monday released “An Open Letter to the People of California,” in which he called for the state’s taxpayers to approve tax-raising initiatives to “fix” the state’s structural deficit. Steven Greenhut examines th... Read Post
California Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez (R-Lake Elsinore), who represents the city of Murrieta in the state Legislature, sent a letter to Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday, calling on him to provide resources and a timetable as to... Read Post