The tax reform passed without receiving any Democratic votes in Congress and was signed into law by President Trump Dec. 22.
An initiative to break America’s most populous state into three smaller states gathered more than the required 402,468 signatures and earned the right this week to a spot on the Nov. 6 state election ballot.
With jobs come people and with people come additional Congressional seats after the decennial census in 2020.
In 2011, after spending my adult life in California, working in the once-thriving aerospace industry there, serving 19 years in the state’s National Guard and six years in the legislature, I picked up my family and moved to Texas.
California is already seeing residents and businesses flee the state because of its sky-high taxes.