Tech billionaire and venture capitalist, Tim Draper, has gathered enough votes to trigger a referendum on splitting California into three separate states that include Northern California, which would include San Francisco and Sacramento; Southern California, including San Diego, San Bernardino, and the Mojave Desert; and California, a sliver of coastline taking in Los Angeles and surrounding areas. California has almost 40 million residents, and a GDP of $2.75 trillion. If a November referendum were to be successful, Congress would still have to authorize the split due to its national significance.
Billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper has gathered enough votes to trigger a referendum on splitting California into three separate states.
Draper’s CAL 3 campaign has gathered 600,000 signatures supporting the split since he proposed the initiative last August. He told the Telegraph that 600,000 signatures was a “milestone” and sent a message that people across California would “create a brighter future for everyone.”
With only 364,000 signatures needed to force a referendum, a vote will be held on the proposal this November, alongside the midterm elections.
Draper’s proposal envisions splitting California into three separate states. Northern California, which would include San Francisco and Sacramento; Southern California, including San Diego, San Bernardino, and the Mojave Desert; and California, a sliver of coastline taking in Los Angeles and surrounding areas.
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Author Heather MacDonald warns of an emergency in the education system that is teaching racism. The West broke away from colonialism and slavery and is responsible for bringing the concept of individual rights to the world. She recommends home schooling children.
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New York City police commissioner James O’Neill resigned, after three years of service, following the city’s new rule eliminating bail and plans to release 900 inmates to New York City streets upon the closing of Riker’s Island penitentiary in January.
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