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Newsom: Income equality is state’s biggest problem
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Newsom: Income equality is state’s biggest problem

■ By Thomas D. Elias / Contributed More than a year before he won election as California’s next governor, Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom did not hesitate for a moment when asked what’s California’s biggest problem. “Income inequality,” he said in an interview then. He repeated that evaluation in subsequent sit-downs during the campaign. “Take Los Angeles,” he said. “It’s America’s richest city, with Bel Air, Brentwood, Beverly Hills. But it’s also America’s poorest city, with South Central and more. The remarkable thing is they are only a few miles apart.” Then he added that, “You can’t live a good life in an unjust society.” He went on to quote the ancient Greek

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