Jul 23, 2018
In June, the California State Legislature approved spending $755 million to renovate their own office building, according to the Sacramento Bee and $420 million to build another state building that would temporarily house lawmakers' offices. To upgrade their offices, these politicians approved, in no time, spending of close to $1.2 billion with no debate.
At the same time, after lengthy debate, Governor Brown and the State politicians declared with big fanfare that California will allocate only $600 million to support homelessness prevention efforts in a state that has one of the highest homelessness rates in the U.S.
The homeless and the politicians should trade spaces.