Thanks to DeSantis, Florida is no California wasteland of wokeness
As Published in the Miami Herald
An op-ed by Tripp Scott's Ed Pozzuoli
The Golden State continues to generate explosive costs of living, including gas prices over a dollar more than the national average and electricity costs 33% above the nation’s norms.
California has more than 30% of the nation’s homeless while having only 12% of the population, resulting in, according to the Mirror, “rat-infested streets, reeking of urine and rubbish (and) filled with an abundance of people openly using drugs, available for as little as $2 (including) heroin, fentanyl, crack, weed and crystal meth.”
This year, due to an exodus leaving the state and a doubling down on left-wing policies, the Golden State plunged from a $98 billion state budget surplus, to a $22.5 billion deficit in a single year, despite having the nation’s steepest individual income, gasoline and state sales taxes. California has also reversed course on education, moving away from school choice and parent empowerment...
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