California, the ninth-largest economy in the world, is a profoundly troubled state. It remains badly broken in many fundamental ways even as the national economy slowly but steadily emerges from the Great Recession and as cash from November’s voter-approved tax hikes pours into the state treasury. The tax increases have, to be sure, provided short-term […]
William Osborne is editorial/opinion director of U-T San Diego.
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