In the SF Chronicle, George Passantino of the Reason Public Policy Institute offers up family-based fiscal advice to the Nancy Reaganeaque California legisaltors who are crying a river of red ink in the Golden State. A snippet:
Just like the family coming to grips with the painful realization that its spending and income are out of whack, we need to understand that this isn't just a bad month or year, it is a lifestyle.
There are a number of constitutional spending-limit proposals that would help curb the state's expensive lifestyle.
Californians need to ask themselves what services it expects from state government and then focus on providing them.
Whole thing here.