The number one question on our members’ minds is what does a President Trump mean for California?  What are the potential risks and rewards?  Will CA list even further to the Left in reaction to the Rightward tilt of the Federal Government?

So far, the answer seems to be that the political leadership in California is going to be combative – a tone that was set the day after the election when Senate pro Tem de León (D-Los Angeles) and California Assembly Speaker Rendon (D-Paramount) released the following statement that can be read here.

They did not mince words in what many see as an unprecedented provocation of a President-elect.

Bloomberg News looks into this a bit deeper and comes to the conclusion that California leaders itching for a fight to protect the State’s policies and spending on Greenhouse Gas Reduction, healthcare, and protecting undocumented immigrants. Click here to read the full article.

We agree with Governor Brown when he says he hopes our state and the Federal government can work together where it can find common ground.

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