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Cal 3 - stat - 1,388 bridges are structurally deficient

Cal 3 - stat - 1,388 bridges are structurally deficient

Cal 3 - stat - 678 dams with high-hazard potential

Cal 3 - stat - 678 dams with high-hazard potential

Cal 3 - stat - $3.2 billion gap in estimated capital expenditures

Cal 3 - stat - $3.2 billion gap in estimated capital expenditures

Californians want a more effective education system, more sensible taxes, and more reliable roads.

That’s the fresh start Cal 3 will deliver.

Cal 3 empowers Californians to create three new states, which will lead to better decision making and real solutions closer to home.

Meaningful improvement has proven impossible through the Sacramento system of top-down control. This isn’t about politics – this is about sustainable solutions to intractable issues that impact Californians every day – like our local schools, infrastructure, and government responsiveness.

Cal 3 is every Californian’s opportunity to let Sacramento know that we expect — and will get — more from our state.

Get details on the Cal 3 ballot measure by reading California’s Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) letter to the Attorney General, which analyzes our proposal to create three new states, and our amendment to the initiative.

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