One Toilet to Cost Taxpayers $1.7 Million – Welcome to California
AUDIO: The City of San Francisco has received state funding of $1.7 million to construct a restroom in the town square of the Noe Valley neighborhood. It will have one toilet. The preposterous price tag exemplifies the gridlock and inefficiency-by-design that characterize California, a state owned by special interests. Edward Ring with Kara McKinney on Tipping Point (segment begins at 40:15).
Edward Ring is a contributing editor and senior fellow with the California Policy Center, which he co-founded in 2013 and served as its first president. He is also a senior fellow with the Center for American Greatness, and a regular contributor to the California Globe. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Economist, Forbes, and other media outlets.
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