There's already a commerce-imbalance. Full trucks coming from the East Coast... partial-loads returning from the West Coast, unless waiting-time is allowed for acquiring full-loads. Not good for long-haul truckers and their families.

That's why 'users' expanded the Panama Canal a couple years ago. Asia wanted access to dense distribution-centers in close proximity to each other. Hence Savannah, Georgia is bringing-in more shipping-business than any one of the three California Ports. It's faster and cheaper to by-pass Cali and go-thru the Canal to New Orleans, Charleston, or Savannah.

California's economy basically offers electronics and tourism. That's a recipe for Greece.