In Canada, with a population of just over 35 million, I’ve read Canadians complain about poor governance, stretched services, and service delays. With that in mind, I can barely imagine how governance and services must be in California, a US state with a population of almost 40 million and an area almost 24-times smaller than Canada. While I’ve never lived in California, people who do have repeatedly gone to lengths to divide their state up.
And it might be a good idea if:
- It results in better and more efficient governance,
- It improves the quality of life for Californians, and
- Gives the Democrats a few more seats in the US Senate.
Read the Wikipedia article on “Cal 3“