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    The state of California is having major troubling with a water drought. California is running out of water and for that is it causing people to have to move away. There is no one trying to control water use. Anything that is grown or made with water with water, prices are going up for. For example, fruits, vegetables, eggs, milk, etc. used to be most, $1.29 now days are $2.49-3. We go on record for several years now with more land than lakes and rivers. According to the article on website,…

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    Issue Under the California Civil Code § 3344, will former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger be able to suppress images from his storied career being used on T-Shirts sold by Newsflash Creative Media on the grounds that the images have violated his right of publicity in the state of California? Conclusion Yes. Former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will be able to suppress the images being used on the T-Shirts sold by Newsflash Creative Media under the California Civil Code § 3344 because Code…

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    Yayi Ruan Dr. Fiegel CE111-01 14 October 2015 The California Drought and Livelihood Resilience Drought is the most serious complication in California now. There are so many reason drive California into a droughty situation, for instance, deficiency of snowpack, scarcity of rainfall, high temperature, and paucity of underground water. I calculated my daily water use, according to Vigil, “1.6 gallons per flush for toilets, 2.5 gallon per minute for shower heads, and 2.2 gallon per minute for…

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    is the most populated city in the state of California. LA has the second highest population in the entire United States, second only to New York City. Spanish and Mexican Roots Spanish governor Felipe de Neve founded Los Angeles in the early 1780s. Following Mexico's war for independence, the city was claimed by Mexico in 1821. It remained that way until the Mexican American War came to an end. At that time, the city, along with the rest of California, was purchased by The United States as…

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    The California Drought and Livelihood Resilience Drought is the most serious complication in California now. There are so many reason drive California into a drought situation, for instance, deficiency of snowpack, scarcity of rainfall, high temperature, and paucity of underground water. High temperature evaporates the snowpack and underground water, thus water decreases. River dries up and the water level continues to decline. The lawns are dry, and the cows and goats face for lack of grass to…

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    that it should have passed in more states. We both mentioned remembering from 2014 when a girl named Brittany Maynard shared her story of having inoperable brain cancer. It was on the news a few times and was even on the Today show. She lived in California (where physician-assisted suicide is illegal) and had to move to Oregon (where it is legal) so she could choose "Death with Dignity". Whenever it was on the news or in an article we would both read…

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    The California Drought

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    California, and for all Californians, are experiencing a major drought and it can affect the state economically, politically, and socially. With this horrid condition, many of the helpless citizens and farmers of the California state are expecting a movement and California Emergency Drought Relief Act to be signed by Governor Brown of California to approve of the change to have a progressive time consumption for agricultural scholars to propose a transformation for the drought presently because…

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    Rush: The California Gold Rush was the biggest mass relocation in American history since it realized 300,000 individuals to California. It began on January 24, 1848, when James W. Marshall discovered gold on his real estate parcel at Sutter's Mill in Coloma. The news of gold rapidly spread around. Individuals from Oregon, Sandwich Islands (now Hawaii) and Latin America were the first to hear the breaking news, so they were the first to touch base so as to test their fortunes in California before…

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    employees to meet cutbacks, instead small businesses will maintain the same employment rates, or provide new opportunities for young adults to become employed. Again, for this to come about, the $15 minimum wage bill needs to be repealed, because the California Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) that represents small and independent businesses, since 1943, uncovered an alarming risk on SB 3, which could potentially hurt small businesses. Before I describe the…

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    the States emergency plan has been activated. 3. Which State resources are being committed to the disaster? 4. Estimate the amount and severity of damage and of the amount and type of Federal assistance is needed” (pg. 192). Once submitted by the Governor, and approved by the President, FEMA can legally step in and begin providing assistance. The assistance available in a declared major disaster range from unemployment benefits to assistance to public service agencies. Legally, the key is the…

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