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"Your letter seeks more Federal dollars for California from hardworking American taxpayers but fails to admit that your State and local policies have played a major role in creating the current crisis," Carson wrote in a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom and other officials. "Instead of protecting the most vulnerable Americans from the economic impacts of illegal immigration, California has doubled down on sanctuary State and city policies and provided benefits to illegal and inadmissible aliens."
originally posted by: tinner07
a reply to: carewemust
President Trump understands that the leaders in California are soulless and cold-hearted.
and we understand that you are an a ....the perfect trump follower....
Soulless and cold hearted? what makes you say that? Did trump make you say that?
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
There are many reasons for the homelessness epidemic -- chiefly a lack of affordable housing --...
The main reason for homelessness is mental illness which our country does very little to address.
originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: theatreboy
They have been violating immigration laws for years and nothing. Now I'm supposed to believe hes worried about pollution laws?
California passed proposition 63, a landmark piece of mental health and fiscal legislation, in the November 2004 election. California has a long history of using the initiative process to pass laws that are often controversial and influence the rest of the nation. In 1911 California amended its constitution and allowed voters to bypass the legislative branch and directly place measures on the ballot through initiatives. 1 Of the 303 initiatives that qualified for the ballot since 1911, 104 were approved. 2 The first initiative that affected taxes was Proposition 10 (1914), which abolished the poll tax. Perhaps the best-known initiative is Proposition 13 (1978), which limited property taxes in California and is credited as beginning the anti-tax sentiment of the 1980s. 3
originally posted by: Sillyolme
He so humanely said the other day that the homeless have brought down the prestige of the areas.
He actually said that.
Thats the important issue with homelessness. Not the homeless themselves just property value.
Like we all should be living in glass towers.
His idea of middle class is using paper napkins.
While he eats chef prepared foods.