I went to an inaugural ball a few weeks ago -- the one in Washington state, not the one in Washington, D.C. -- and got a good sense of the official resistance that is rising on the West Coast against the policies of the new Trump administration.
Jay Inslee celebrated the advent of his second term as governor of the Evergreen State on the evening of Jan. 11, and I was there for personal reasons. Mr. Inslee and I were in the same high school graduating class in Seattle, as were both our wives. In fact, I've known the state's first lady, Trudi Inslee, since 6th grade, so this was a friends and family event.
Somewhere near midnight, after the big party was over, I was hanging...
Gov. Jerry Brown discusses his proposed tax initiative during his appearance at the 87th annual Sacramento Host Breakfast.