LJNews 11/9/2019 *CALIFORNIA LOOSING ELECTRICITY*
The Democrats have turned the Golden State into the California State of Chaos. California’s Next Crisis Is a Looming Shortage of Electricity.
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. “As if California doesn’t have enough problems …, now regulators warn the
state may be short on power supplies by 2021 if utilities don’t start lining up
new resources now.
In the hopes of heading off a shortfall, the California Public Utilities
Commission has ordered the state’s electricity providers to secure 3.3
additional gigawatts of reserve supplies. That’s enough to power roughly 2.5
million homes. Half of it must be in place by 2021 and the rest by August 2023.
The state is also still reeling from a series of deliberate mass blackouts that
utilities imposed last month to keep their power lines from sparking wildfires (in
California’s poorly managed forests) amid strong winds. And its largest power
company, PG&E Corp., went bankrupt in January.”
Source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/california-next-electricity-headache-looming-201332447.html .
11/8/2019 *PEOPLE DON’T LIKESAN FRANCISCO*
Despite the best efforts of Democratic Party politicians, 1 in 3 San Francisco
residents want out.
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. “More than a third of San Franciscans can't see themselves staying in the
city much longer, according to none other than the city of San Francisco
itself. The survey, conducted by San
Francisco's Office of the Controller, found that 35% of respondents were either
"very likely" or "somewhat likely" to move out of San
Francisco in the next three years. Residents under the age of 35 were the most
likely to want to leave and — no surprise here — renters were about twice as
likely as homeowners to be thinking of bailing. ”
LJNews 10/29/2019 Californian's Frustration rises amid another round of California blackouts. Many Californians are beginning to understand the environmental protection excesses of their state have cause forest fires and power outages. Source:https://apnews.com/91e853cb78654387becd90e1bf6bb486 .