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A state of fruits and nuts

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Al Fonzi, as usual, is right on target regarding the decline of the living standard in California due to the result of state policy and overregulation ("Economy of servants," Sept. 13).

California's elitist government has made it the most government regulated state in the nation, and is rapidly preparing for its demise.

We pay exorbitant prices and taxes for our fuel, there is no such thing as affordable housing, and the list goes on and on while our governor (Captain Moonbeam Brown) spends millions on a train going nowhere.

Now I know why they call California the land of fruits and nuts.

Alan Martyn

Los Osos

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