Re “California’s demise is greatly exaggerated” (Editorial, March 24): What is The Bee’s fanatical obsession with Texas, constantly trying to convince their readership that California is much better in every way? So revised figures show California created more jobs than Texas in 2014. Yippee. Texas’ unemployment rate is 4.4 percent. California’s is 6.9 percent. Texas’ net job gains since the recession began, 11.8 percent. California’s, 3.3 percent. It’s net job gains that count. Are you really that ignorant?
David Sagan, Roseville
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