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Santa Cruz County Boycotts Big Banks that do Bad Things

Good for the County of Santa Cruz. More counties and cities need to do the same thing to hurt the big banks where they live, in their pocketbook. May or may not convince them to change their behavior but I do not see how it could make things any worse.

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SantaCruzCountyBy William Hudson

The progressives in Santa Cruz, California- a sleepy surfer community off of California’s stunning Route 1 highway have decided to take action against the big banks and their Wall Street Tactics- and hope their tactics will spread nationwide. Santa Cruz- located about 45 minutes south of San Jose and about 50 minutes north of the luxury enclave of Carmel, is unlike either capitalist-centric communities to their north and south.

Santa Cruzians aren’t obsessed with the tech wealth of Silicon Valley north of them, and nor are they impressed with the fortunes of the Carmel/Monterey/Big Sur crowd who have profited from their big bank holdings. Santa Cruz is where people reside who value lifestyle, the natural beauty of its coastline, redwood forests, and hold liberal leanings against corrupt banks. Santa Cruz is demonstrating that social responsibility matters and this concept may take hold in other similarly-minded communities nationwide.

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