WSJ: Brown's Deed Goes Punished

Steven Greenhut: Forced to choose between funding public schools and subsidizing ritzy golf courses, many California officials prefer the latter. That’s become painfully clear in the past few weeks as Golden State politicians have fiercely opposed Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to shave $1.7 billion from the state’s budget deficit by shuttering California’s 400 redevelopment agencies.

Here’s the rest of my piece from the weekend’s Wall Street Journal.

MARCH 14

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