On Monday, Gavin Newsom became California’s 40th governor, riding in on a litter carried aloft by his own inflated rhetoric about the role of a more muscular state government. David and Will discuss the hard limits on his grand proposals.
- Cal Policy Center: California’s state and local liabilities total $1.5 trillion
- National Review: Wealth, Poverty, and Flight: The Same Old State of California
- Wall Street Journal: L.A.’s Teachers Union Can’t Do Simple Math
- Los Angeles Times: It can’t get much better for Gavin Newsom as California’s next governor. But it’s almost certain to get worse