Founders of the state of New California read their own version of a Declaration of Independence.

The backers are fed up with how the state of California is currently being governed. The main issues being taxes and education.

The founders of New California have decided to create a 51st state, similar to the way West Virginia was formed, citing Article 4, Section 3 of the US Constitution.
Executive Summary New California

Why New California

New California is a new state in development exercising it’s Constitutional Right to form from the State of California. The process to form New California is authorized and
codified in Article 4 Section 3 of the United States Constitution.

After years of over taxation, regulation, and mono party politics the State of California and many of it’s 58 Counties have become ungovernable. The nature of the State
becoming ungovernable has caused a decline in essential basic services such as education, law enforcement, fire protection, transportation, housing, health care,
taxation, voter rights, banking, state pension systems, prisons, state parks, water resource management, home ownership, infrastructure and many more. To be sure A recent study
issued by the U.S. News and World Report ranked California No. 23 in the nation based on an aggregate score measuring economy, infrastructure, education, crime, and more.

When the Hoover Institution took a close look at California’s migration patterns, they discovered that California’s middle class is leaving the state in record numbers.

Breitbart News reported extensively about the exit of California residents. In 2013 (the most recent data available)102,972 Californians left for other states, and only 66,294
individuals from other states moved to California. The only reason that the Golden State achieved a net population gain was that 169,266 was mostly due to illegal/undocumented immigrants streaming into California.

Governing magazine surveyed entrepreneurs and business owners and gives Texas, Utah, Idaho and Virginia grades of “A+”, and Tennessee an “A.” California, whose
businesses are strangled by red tape that makes starting and running a successful business difficult, gets an F, for failure. California annually ranks last in Chief Executive
magazine’s ranking of “Best States / Worst States.”

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State Of New California Is Declared January 15th, 2018