Adopt an “all in” approach on housing and transportation in order to make them plentiful, accessible, safe, affordable, reliable, and environmentally sustainable.

Build a robust and holistic system of community health, safety, and wellbeing.

Build stronger systems that protect and restore our natural resources, decarbonize the economy and society to address climate change, and promote sustainable land use and conservation practices.

Implement human-centered services and regulations—including those pertaining to entrepreneurship, business formation, housing, and social services—that maximize effectiveness, efficiency, equity and human agency.

Build stronger relations between California and other states, tribal governments, and countries, in order to maximize the state’s ability to innovate on policies and practices that relate to people, places, the economy, and the environment