Have you ever looked at the online sex offender registry for your neighborhood? Not reassuring, right? Well, it looks like the state of California may soon have a similar system for drug makers. On Governor Jerry Brown’s desk is a law that would require drug manufacturers to give the state notice of price increases so that these can be posted on the internet. Even the slightest of cynics would wonder if this is being done simply to increase public (and media) pressure on a drug company that might otherwise be tempted to act like a total Shkreli. While this seems like a slam dunk for a left-leaning state like California, recall the ballot initiative that failed last November that would have capped the cost of certain drugs at the price paid by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. Strange days.