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No, there is no evidence that splitting California into 6 separate states will provide any benefits
Yes, replacing the California State Government with six smaller state governments will cut bureaucracy and make government services more efficient
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Silicon Valley based Technology investor Tim Draper is attempting to collect 1 million signatures to add a proposition to the 2014 California ballot that would split California into 6 Separate States. Each state would create their own new government with 2 Senators representing each on the federal level. Learn more or See recent Six Californias initiative news
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Los Angeles area. San Diego/western riverside area. San Bernardino, east riverside, imperial valley. San Francisco area. Sacramento area. Inland kern co. North.to redding . Coastal santa Barbara to Marin co. Northern calif. 8 distinct regions with... 5 years ago from a Republican in Corona, CA
No, but the citizens of California deserve better representation. The fact that Prop. 8 passed proves a conservative-leaning majority who are otherwise unfairly overwhelmed by the liberal power bases in Los Angeles/Hollywood and San Francisco. 5 years ago from a Republican in Cerritos, CA
No. Not six states, but splitting the state up may be a good idea. I don't know how it would be divided, but I would not be opposed to it. 5 years ago from a Libertarian in Harbor City, CA
Waiting to see if this would weaken or strengthen our position in Congress. I am so pissed off that people in small states have easy access to their senators while we in California do not. 5 years ago from a Green in San Jose, CA