UPDATE: Droughts are naturally occurring; water shortages are
government-created and political. Examples of this can be found in
every water bond in recent history, put on the ballot by
politicians, and passed by emotional voters.
California voters will
be facing two more ballot initiatives claiming to be water bonds
this year, totaling $13 billion. But the overall cost will be much
higher for taxpayers. One water bond is on the June 5 ballot and a
second one is on the November 6 ballot.
The most recent 2014 Proposition 1 water bond funding has not
even been fully spent, and will not be spent by the end of
2018,… Read More