California’s economy grew faster in 2016 than all but a few other states, outpacing the average national growth for the sixth consecutive year, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Think how good things could be if California had a rational government.
Only the economies of Oregon, Washington, Georgia, Florida, Utah and New Hampshire grew faster than California’s last year.
Having said that, hapless California contributes more to the nation’s economy than any other state. About 14 percent of the nation’s GDP comes from California.
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