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California Water Regulators Cut Off Water Supplies To Select Farmers And Ranchers As WATER RATIONING Accelerates

California Water Regulators Cut Off Water Supplies To Select Farmers And Ranchers As WATER RATIONING Accelerates

By: Lance D Johnson (Natural News) Thousands of farmers and ranchers across Sacramento and San Joaquin, California are reeling from a mega-drought that is growing more severe by the day. In the coming weeks, thousands of farmers could be cut off from California’s water supply, as state water regulators begin to RATION crucial watershed resources. In […]

Newsom declares emergency over heat; state under power-rationing alert

Newsom declares emergency over heat; state under power-rationing alert

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – California Gov. Gavin Newsom is loosening climate restrictions on power providers to ensure they’re able to crank out enough wattage to keep residents cool through the ongoing heatwave.  Newsom has issued an emergency declaration for the second time in less than a year to free up additional energy […]

CVS Makes Plans To Ration Customers’ Health Care

CVS Makes Plans To Ration Customers’ Health Care

By Justin Danhof CVS Caremark customers throughout America recently received bad news as the retail pharmaceutical chain officially closed on its $69 billion acquisition of Aetna. This is bad news because CVS is now working with a nonprofit “health” advisor that may ration customers’ health care choices. In August, CVS announced a partnership with the Institute for Clinical […]

Gov. Brown Makes Drought Water Rationing Permanent

Gov. Brown Makes Drought Water Rationing Permanent

By Chriss Street California Governor Jerry Brown signed two bills that will force water districts and municipalities to permanently adopt even more aggressive water rationing level than during the state’s 5-year drought. The San Jose Mercury reported that Brown issued a press statement that a changing environment means the state must begin to conserve water resources in preparation […]

Permanent Water Rationing is Coming to California

Permanent Water Rationing is Coming to California

. by Edward Ring . Have you experienced water faucets that spray tiny jets of water onto your hands? You know, those eight tiny jets of water, each about 1.0 millimeter in diameter, that are emitted with so much pressure that the paltry quantity of water bounces off your skin before you can get it wet […]

Another year of CA water restrictions likely

Another year of CA water restrictions likely

After a sunny February, the hopes that El Nino storms would go a long way toward restoring California’s water supplies and relieving the damage done by years of drought are now fading. Instead, the new assumption is that in April, the state government will renew strict rules mandating water conservation in local water districts for […]

Uneven CA water cuts prompt public outcry

Uneven CA water cuts prompt public outcry

. A cascade of new water regulations has brought the drought home to millions of residents across California, cutting into their indoor and outdoor use and, often, prompting an outcry. But the impact of the regulations, handed down at different levels of government, has become significantly uneven, sowing the seeds of further controversy as the cutbacks continue […]

Water board unveils steep CA cuts

Water board unveils steep CA cuts

By James Poulos As a closely-watched court ruling threw California’s tiered water pricing system into disarray, advice the Water Resources Control board made public its latest and harshest conservation targets for municipalities across the Golden State. Detailing the plan, order MarketWatch reported that “Angelenos must save another 16 percent for the year ahead, order the […]

Water Wholesaler to cut County Agencies by 15%

Water Wholesaler to cut County Agencies by 15%

Today Metropolian Water District finalized its mandatory rationing plan. From their Press Release: “Effective July 1, salve allocation action expected to prompt mandatory conservation in Southern California this summer in response to record-breaking drought.  Metropolitan Water District’s cutback amounts to a 15 percent reduction in supplies starting July 1 and includes stiff surcharges for member […]

Adapting to the drought- Landscaping

Adapting to the drought- Landscaping

By George Miller Southern California’s natural water supply is not adequate to support the many millions of people who live here, even in the best of times. So water is imported- from up north- Sacramento Delta, East from the Colorado River and other places- for Oxnard, 40% of consumption is now imported. During the current […]