Both the those things I mentioned are perfectly equal, it's both on the voters in each state. The Washington supermajority tax thing has been up to vote (to keep or get rid of it) by the citizens and the citizens keep voting to keep it in place (even democratic voters are overall for keeping that tax supermajority law in place). Same thing with California, the citizens keep voting to stop anything but single family housing in their neighborhoods."This stuff", i.e. income tax, in Washington hasn't been up for a public referendum because it needs the supermajority votes first. Don't deflect back to California because you made a hilariously bad argument on every level about taxes in Washington
When you add up all the policies. red states aren't post-apocalyptic barren wasteland that you all make them out to be. Usually the policies there actually help minorities more than blue states because cost of living is simply cheaper and it's easier for people to buy houses and such.So you prefer policy that's functionally worse (as Republican tax policy is outside of a single state) just so long as the legislators are honest?
Dunno man, I'd just prefer policy that's less awful.