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The Argument Against Proposition 6: Don’t Jettison Road And Bridge Safety Projects

by Loren Kayevia Eureka
Wednesday, October 17, 2018

California practically invented the modern transportation system. Without our historic highway and road network, connecting farm and city, factories and ports, California would be Albania—a pretty coastline with an underperforming economy.

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Driving Californians Out Of Their Cars: Painful, Inconvenient–And Perhaps Downright Undemocratic

by Loren Kayevia Eureka
Thursday, May 25, 2017

In a state whose locals are obsessed not only with curbing waste but trimming their waistlines, it should come as no surprise some lawmakers in Sacramento want to put California on a “road diet.”

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Eureka Issue 1502 California's Housing Conundrum

by Bill Whalen, Carson Bruno, Wendell Cox, Loren Kaye, Carol Galantevia Eureka
Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The May-June 2015 issue of Eureka, a Hoover Institution publication focusing on policy, political, and economic issues confronting California, was released in conjunction with this Golden State Poll. This volume centers on California’s housing conundrum, examining home values in a historical context, causes of the affordability crisis, and possible solutions.  Hoover Institution research fellow Carson Bruno also provides an in-depth analysis of the Golden State Poll results in the same issue of Eureka.

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What’s Preventing New Housing In California? The Usual Suspects – Plus CEQA

by Loren Kayevia Eureka
Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The California political establishment has passed the Fitzgerald Intelligence Test – that’s the author F. Scott Fitzgerald, who in 1936 had this observation: “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function."