Cable cars on California Street in San Francisco, an iconic image. (Photo: canadastock, via Shutterstock)
The ranking comes from WalletHub, a financial services company that likes to rank cities and states on various topics. WalletHub got a group of college professors together and asked them to round up and interpret statistics on such fun factors as “marinas per capita” (Nebraska didn’t do well.) Shockingly, we’re not even in the running in that category. Florida, New York and Maryland are tied for the lead.
Voters in Los Angeles casting their ballots on election day. (Photo: Joseph Sohm)
Bottled water, immigration, condoms, hospital fees, plastic bags, statehood, alimony – those are just a smattering of the issues on, or trying to get on, California’s 2016 statewide ballot. There are 36 proposed initiatives that are either awaiting review in the Attorney General’s Office or are being shopped around California’s 58 counties for signatures.