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Democrats and Republicans really hate plan to divide California into three states

How a new ballot measure would split California three ways

Venture capitalist Tim Draper’s new plan to break up California is on the November 2018 ballot. This time he wants to split the Golden State into three states. Here's what that would look like.
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Venture capitalist Tim Draper’s new plan to break up California is on the November 2018 ballot. This time he wants to split the Golden State into three states. Here's what that would look like.

In case you missed it:

Republican and Democratic leaders finally agree on something: They hate the three Californias plan.

A federal judge has rejected the Trump administration's lawsuit against California's sanctuary state law.

Hate crimes in California have increased again by double digits.

Activists are pushing a plan to reverse a law allowing undocumented immigrants to driver's licenses.

With Russian meddling in mind, California is investing $134 million to safeguard election systems.

Doctors, nurses and insurers are spending big to determine how you'll get your health care.

From the opinion pages:

The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board asks whether California’s direct democracy is being blackmailed through the state's initiative process.

Dan Walters says that local governments are feeling the financial pinch and asking their voters to approve new taxes of one kind or another.

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