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Even with Relaxed California Drought Rules Residents Continue Conserving Water

It was two months ago that Governor Jerry Brown's administration decided to relax drought rule in California but a new set of data show that careful Californians still continue saving significant amounts of water.

 Data released on Tuesday by the State Water Resources Control Board showed that all over the California, urban residents trimmed their water use 21.5 percent in June when compared to the same period in 2013. In May this year, the residents saved 28.1 percent water by cutting down their usage.

Consumer Watchdog Advocacy Group Files Complaint Seeking Ethics Review of California Governor’s Chief of Staff

California Governor, Jerry Brown has tried to ignore the scent of corruption that has been brewing for many months but now it is troubling his administration.

Serious allegations of conflict-of-interest directly reached into his office concerning Nancy McFadden, his chief of staff who was a top Sacramento official for Pacific Gas & Electric Co. official for many years prior to rejoining Brown and in 2011 taking $1.04 million golden handshake. She had worked for Brown in the 1970s. The payment she received is documented in SEC filings and is essentially a bonus.

Porter Ranch Gas Leak Still Not Under Control; State of Emergency Declared by California Governor

Porter Ranch Gas Leak Still Not Under Control; State of Emergency Declared by California GovernorNatural gas is still spewing out through leaks into the air, in the Porter Ranch neighbourhood making residents sick and forcing many to evacuate their homes. Methane, the most potent green house gas has been coming out of the leak since October.

Turkey Donation Shortage Worrying the Phoenix-area Food Banks

TurkeyThanksgiving is just a few days away and turkey shortage is creating major concern. The Phoenix-area food banks like the United Food Bank, Society of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Mary’s Food Bank are still scrambling with thousands of turkey shortage and are asking for continued donations to meet the demand to provide food for the needy families.

New Water Limits for Newly Constructed Homes and Offices in California

New Water Limits for Newly Constructed Homes and Offices in California Water has been a major concern in drought struck California. To add new limitations, on Friday the officials announced the limit of water that can be used by the landscapes which are being constructed newly.

In Spite of Opposition and Criticism California Breaks Ground on Bullet Train Project

In Spite of Opposition and Criticism California Breaks Ground on Bullet Train Project

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