Le Lézard
Subjects: NPT, POL

In Advance of Recall Election, New PRI Book Offers Realistic Path to Saving California


SACRAMENTO, Calif., Aug. 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- With the September 14 recall on the horizon, the nonpartisan Pacific Research Institute today released Saving California, a new book offering realistic, market-based reforms to 10 of the state's major policy challenges.

The authors are current or former Californians, with deep experience in their respective policy areas. Saving California goes beyond documenting the state's many problems by offering good-government policies that politicians from either party could easily embrace.

"Saving California offers policy changes to restore some of California's lost luster ? regardless of what politician runs our massive government apparatus," says journalist and R Street Institute western region director Steven Greenhut, the book's editor.  "Although the book includes a fair share of criticism of current policy directions, it offers real world reforms that could push the state onto a better track ? even advancing the goals of the most progressive legislators, such as bettering the environment and helping the poor."

The book explores the state's core challenges ? business climate, housing, homelessness, infrastructure, water policy, education, crime, budgets and debt, wildfires, and health care ? and creates a framework toward better solutions:

Saving California is available for purchase at online booksellers including Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.

The Pacific Research Institute (www.pacificresearch.org) champions freedom, opportunity, and personal responsibility by advancing free-market policy ideas. Follow PRI on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Media Contact:
Madison Miller
316236@email4pr.com 
(202) 471-4228 ext. 125

 

SOURCE Pacific Research Institute



News published on 10 august 2021 at 08:52 and distributed by: