DONNELLY: Does California Export Poverty to Texas?

If all you read was the Sacramento Bee headline,“California exports its poor to Texas, other states, while wealthier people move in,” you might think it was true. But upon deeper inspection, it appears to be false — or, at the very least, highly debatable.

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Nuns Who Help Poor in San Francisco Face Eviction

Two French nuns who have devoted their lives to helping the homeless and downtrodden are now in danger of facing the same fate, as they could soon be evicted from the kitchen and little room they rent in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District.

San Francisco Tenderloin (Eric Risberg / Associated Press)

Manhattan Institute: CA Poor Hit Hardest by ‘Green Energy’

According to a report released by the Center for Energy Policy and the Environment at the Manhattan Institute, the energy policies of the state have imposed a greater burden on poorer customers in the inland and Central Valley regions of the state.

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Columnist: Brown’s Environmental Policies Hurt the Poor

Steven Greenhut, writing for the San Diego Union-Tribune, points out that while California Governor Jerry Brown (D) attacks climate change, he ignores the calamitous effect his policies will have on the poor and disadvantaged.

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