Vermont has these same problems, in miniature (fortunately not including strict utility liability). The lesson: We should not emulate California’s practices for dealing with homelessness and suppressing new housing, stop forcing our utilities to buy renewable energy at twice the market price, steer clear of sweeping, costly programs to promote “global climate solutions”, and get really serious about reducing the $4.5 billion unfunded liabilities of our own state employee and teachers retirement funds.
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