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California, where a cop can make $483,581 in one year

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Last week, we published an editorial on dysfunctional California, whose uptick in crime is bucking a national downward trend. Public pension expenses have become so great in the state that basic government services are now threatened. Many cities, such as Oakland, simply cannot hire an adequate number of cops. In bankrupt San Bernardino, we noted, the City Attorney has advised residents to...

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