When it comes to petty restrictions to overcompensate for decades of mismanagement, one state takes the cake . . .
Who else but California?
Now after years of resource mismanagement California is considering punishing residents again for using this natural resource.
There are a few things you never want to worry about in life, and whether or not you will have access to water is one of those.
No American should have to live with that fear.
But for residents across the entire state of California this fear is now a reality.
As it stands, Lake Mead, the state’s primary water source is sitting at record low levels
Fortunately, a state as large as California has a backup plan right?
Actually, the answer is no.
As a result of the state’s failure to plan for emergency droughts like this, which regularly hit California, a water shortage may be on the horizon for the Golden State.
Instead of finding a practical solution to this shortage, the state government of California is doing what it does best . . .
Implementing harsh and radical government regulations on water usage.
This is not the first time California has gone down this slippery slope.
In fact, it seems like every year this is at least threatened.
Some of the restrictions could include banning most residents from watering their lawns and filling up pools.
This comes from the state that tolerates widespread theft and drug use in most of its major cities, as well nearly every other crime under the sun.
It is unclear how long these restrictions will last, but residents of California should brace for the long haul.
Between rampant forest fires, mudslides, and constant droughts, California is an ecological disaster, despite all of its alleged environmental regulations.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.