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Episode 55: Nearly Medieval California

Democratic gubernatorial frontrunner Gavin Newsom speaks in San Diego, Calif., November 2, 2018. (Mike Blake/REUTERS)

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.

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David Bahnsen, DBahnsen@thebahnsengroup.com
Will Swaim, will@calpolicycenter.org

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