California’s Latest War on Trump – Gas mileage standards: Jim Lacy discusses on Fox Business


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Jim Lacy discusses California’s latest war on Donald Trump – gas mileage standards – and how it could result in two different kinds of cars being produced: One for Californians, and one for everyone else.

Also talked about: New proposed legislation would exempt California teachers from paying income tax.

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“Taxifornia” author James Lacy discusses concerns about California’s high-speed rail project with Fox Business’ Stuart Varney including cost overruns and tunneling through the San Gabriel and Tehachapi Mountains.

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Jim is the principal author and editor of the new book “Taxifornia 2016: 14 Essays on the Future of California” which is available at the CreateSpace eStore now here: https://www.createspace.com/5497002, and at Amazon and other outlets after Labor Day.