California has just been told it must start producing its own water.
It was the only state in the country that didn’t.
Now it is the most dependent state on the supply.
The state has had enough of being a hostage to its dependence on the Federal Government and is in the process of forcing it to do so.
The new mandate, signed on June 23, will require the state to spend $2.4 billion to make sure California’s water is clean and to spend a similar amount to keep it that way.
California is already at $6 billion in debt.
It is going to need to raise more than $3 billion by 2022 to meet its own costs.
It has been spending a lot of money to protect its water supply, and the state now has a mandate to spend at least half of that on clean water.
California has been paying for its water with tax dollars.
It will have to pay for its own, and to save water.
There is a new plan to cut taxes for California’s businesses, too.
The bill is supposed to reduce corporate taxes to 10.9 percent from 12.5 percent and for individual taxpayers to 7.75 percent from 8.25 percent.
The plan does not include a cut to California’s property taxes.
California will also be spending money on public works.
It spends nearly $20 billion a year on infrastructure, including roads, bridges, tunnels, and water system upgrades.
The California legislature passed the bill without any public hearings or hearings about how the money will be spent.
The legislation requires the state’s transportation department to build two new water lines in Southern California.
The money will come from the water taxes.
The first line will run from the city of Oxnard to the San Gabriel Valley.
The second line will go to the city and the San Fernando Valley.
It could take a few years to complete the first line and it will be the first in the state.
The water tax has been used as an incentive for businesses to expand, but it also has become an obstacle to the construction of water lines.
That is the plan the new bill is intended to fix.
The Legislature is trying to cut spending by more than half of its $4 billion in the 2018-2019 fiscal year.
That will leave California with $2 billion in unfunded liabilities.
The debt problem is only getting worse.
California’s budget deficit, as a share of its overall revenue, is projected to reach $6.5 billion by 2021-22.
That would be the third-highest in the nation.
It would be even worse than California’s debt, which is projected by Moody’s Analytics to be over $30 billion by the year 2030.
California, which will begin the new fiscal year on June 1, is going through a massive financial crisis.
The country has been hit by the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.
The federal government is also being cut back and state and local governments are cutting spending.
California needs to cut its own spending, but if it continues on its current course, it will face serious fiscal problems by 2030.
It cannot afford to spend money that will be gone by then, because the state will be spending more money on its water than it is getting in revenue.
California may have spent $1.7 billion to cover its debt, but the state still owes $7.6 billion on its own.
It also owes $2 million in back taxes.
To make matters worse, the new water line in the San Joaquin Valley could lead to increased traffic in the city.
If it is built, it would take decades to repair.
Water is the lifeblood of our economy.
It provides jobs, supplies us with water, protects us from pollution, and makes our communities healthy.
California already has a huge water system.
The Southern California Edison Company (SCE), which provides water to California homes and businesses, is the biggest water provider in the world.
It owns the San Diego and Los Angeles rivers, the San Andreas and Sacramento Rivers, the Los Angeles and San Joquinas, the Sacramento and San Bernardino rivers, and parts of the Kern River.
California also gets its water from the Sacramento River, the Alameda River, and Lake Oroville.
The Sacramento River provides water for the Sacramento Valley, but that water comes from Lake Oropeza, which supplies much of California’s population.
The Alameda and San Francisco rivers are the most important water sources in California.
Both supply about two-thirds of the stateís annual electricity needs.
The San Francisco Bay Area and the Los Angles are also important water users.
The Lake Orofino and the Kern rivers are important sources of water for Southern California and California.
Southern California already spends billions of dollars a year to protect the state from flooding.
The $1 billion in funding approved in the new budget is meant to save the state money on repairs to the Orofinos.
The rest of the money is meant for other projects, including repairing roads, building more