Victor Davis Hanson on the regulatory drought in California
Author: Brandon Middleton
Why the regulatory drought is far from over: "When the wet cycle passes, thousands of acres on the west side of the Central Valley will again become idle until Californians accept that unused farmland is a luxury that a struggling state can no longer afford."
Hat tip: Aquafornia.
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