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https://plus.google.com/107010000275640711355 Greg Hill & Associates : You may have heard that Governor Jerry Brown signed a new law into effect that gives more benefits to...
You may have heard that Governor Jerry Brown signed a new law into effect that gives more benefits to someone with an expunged conviction.  What exactly did the new law do?  Will it affect you?  If you have a state license, will this new law make that field more open to those with expungements, lowering its professional reputation?  For answers to these questions, click on the following link - http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-2463969.html.
Redondo Beach, California Expungement Lawyer :: What Does the New Law in 2015 Concerning Expunged Convictions Mean for State License Applications? :: Rolling Hills Estates, California Criminal Attorney

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https://plus.google.com/105059025920459656915 Jerry Brown (Polly Wants A Crafter) :

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Paduk Clock/Watch #96 of Polly Wants A Crafters 365 in 2015! Spent a few more hours on clean up and R2 D2 out of a 2 x 4 - then had to rush a fast small project for the night!
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https://plus.google.com/117801850183060967656 Jerry Brown : Big D should have a garage door opener built in..Them things are a dime a dozen ffs...Thanks for sharing...
Big D should have a garage door opener built in..Them things are a dime a dozen ffs...Thanks for sharing.
Watch the video: dealin with the tree dicks
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Subscribe to the everyday dicker'dness... http://full.sc/1cDOhKQ just had a raging boner bout this door opener but should have known since matty and the pilf...
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https://plus.google.com/110490145076825772841 Jerry Brown : I passed my friend in the weekly competition on 8 Ball Pool!
I passed my friend in the weekly competition on 8 Ball Pool!
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https://plus.google.com/104011527238012088897 Aldo Merino : "The fierce drought that is gripping the West — and the imminent prospect of rationing and steep water...

"The fierce drought that is gripping the West — and the imminent prospect of rationing and steep water price increases in California — is sharpening the deep economic divide in this state, illustrating parallel worlds in which wealthy communities guzzle water as poorer neighbors conserve by necessity. The daily water consumption rate was 572.4 gallons per person in Cowan Heights from July through September 2014, the hot and dry summer months California used to calculate community-by-community water rationing orders; it was 63.6 gallons per person in Compton during that same period.

Now, California is trying to turn that dynamic on its head, forcing the state’s biggest water users, which include some of the wealthiest communities, to bear the brunt of the statewide 25 percent cut in urban water consumption ordered by Gov. Jerry Brown. Cowan Heights is facing a 36 percent cut in its water use, compared with 8 percent for Compton. "

Drought Frames Economic Divide of Californians - NYTimes.com
The persistent water shortage is illustrating parallel worlds in which wealthy communities guzzle water as poorer neighbors conserve by necessity.
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https://plus.google.com/117801850183060967656 Jerry Brown : Why was Tiffany stomping her feet at Gracie like that?..I thought she had health issues and wasn't supposed...
Why was Tiffany stomping her feet at Gracie like that?..I thought she had health issues and wasn't supposed to be running around like that..FFS why is Tiffany forcing this behavior on poor little Gracie?..This is border line animal cruelty..Now we see what probably caused this behavior in poor little Gracie to start with..(I will pray for you little puppy)..WHAT A MONSTER!!..Tiffany was just awarded her (master-animal cruelty badge)..BMMFP!..Is BVD trying to earn money for more tats or does he pay for them with his blow hole & stink eye ca$h?..lol..Thanks for sharing guys.
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Subscribe to the everyday dicker'dness... http://full.sc/1cDOhKQ bin messing round with my old cameras to try to reduce the wind noise while filming out side...
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California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx

As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared. The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads. So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave. And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone. Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll. In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”…

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

“The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

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As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared. The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads. So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave. And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone. Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll. In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”…

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

“The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

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https://plus.google.com/107354945804448985638 CrashCade Millennial Political Updates : California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx As if anyone actually...
California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx

As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared. The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads. So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave. And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone. Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll. In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”…

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

“The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

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https://plus.google.com/117734188034320746733 CrashCade Millenial Entertainment Updates : California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx As if anyone actually...
California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx

As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared. The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads. So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave. And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone. Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll. In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”…

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

“The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

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https://plus.google.com/102311117844022275907 CrashCade : California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx As if anyone actually...
California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx

As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared. The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads. So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave. And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone. Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll. In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”…

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

“The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

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https://plus.google.com/115252229967915797453 Citizen News : California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx As if anyone actually...
California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx

As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared. The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads. So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave. And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone. Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll. In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”…

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

“The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

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https://plus.google.com/106367437462193297169 Before It's News : California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx As if anyone actually...
California Drought: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’ http://b4in.org/iJJx

As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California county alone, more than 1,000 wells have gone dry as the groundwater has disappeared. The state is turning back into a desert, and an increasing number of homes no longer have any water coming out of their taps or showerheads. So if you weren’t scared away by the wildfires, mudslides, high taxes, crime, gang violence, traffic, insane political correctness, the nightmarish business environment or the constant threat of “the big one” reducing your home to a pile of rubble, perhaps the fact that much of the state could soon be facing Dust Bowl conditions may finally convince you to pack up and leave. And if you do decide to go, you won’t be alone. Millions of Californians have fled the state in recent years, and this water crisis could soon spark the greatest migration out of the state that we have ever seen.

Back in 1972, Albert Hammond released a song entitled “It Never Rains In Southern California“, and back then that was considered to be a good thing.

But today, years of very little rain are really starting to take a toll. In fact, one government official says that conditions in Tulare Country “are like a third-world country”…

Near California’s Success Lake, more than 1,000 water wells have failed. Farmers are spending $750,000 to drill 1,800 feet down to keep fields from going fallow. Makeshift showers have sprouted near the church parking lot.

“The conditions are like a third-world country,” said Andrew Lockman, a manager at the Office of Emergency Services in Tulare County, in the heart of the state’s agricultural Central Valley about 175 miles (282 kilometers) north of Los Angeles.

As California enters the fourth year of a record drought, its residents and $43 billion agriculture industry have drawn groundwater so low that it’s beyond the reach of existing wells. That’s left thousands with dry taps and pushed farmers to dig deeper as Governor Jerry Brown, a 77-year-old Democrat, orders the first mandatory water rationing in state history.

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https://plus.google.com/105059025920459656915 Jerry Brown (Polly Wants A Crafter) :

Watch the video: Drill Press Cabinet 2
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Finishing up the Drill Press Cabinet - Decided to leave it under the drill press and no wheels. I got a cheap streak and could not justify more casters at this time. Also had to spend several hours cleaning shop it got crazy...
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https://plus.google.com/105059025920459656915 Jerry Brown (Polly Wants A Crafter) :

Watch the video: Drill Press Cabinet Part 2
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https://plus.google.com/103002761644738858420 Ventura County Star : A water rate structure found to be illegal in San Juan Capistrano is unlikely to change things, at least...
A water rate structure found to be illegal in San Juan Capistrano is unlikely to change things, at least immediately, for agencies in Ventura County that similarly use tiered pricing.

That’s because unlike in the Orange County town, agencies here can show the rates are justified by the costs to provide the water, several said.

The court case had been closely tracked statewide by water agencies, many of whom charge higher water users a higher rate.

Gov. Jerry Brown argued that the ruling last week by the 4th District Court of Appeal puts local agencies in a “straitjacket” at a time when they need to do whatever it takes to get residents to conserve. http://bit.ly/1KlIBYn
Water ruling in back of local agencies' minds as they consider rates
What, if anything, will local water agencies that used tiered-rate structures have to change in light of the Orange County water ruling?
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California’s drought was declared a drought emergency in January 2014, and things have only gotten worse since then. On April 1, Governor Jerry Brown announced a mandate that requires all California towns and cities to decrease their water use by a…
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https://plus.google.com/108591757730353660336 Adrian Alba : Traffic ticket scofflaws may be in luck. Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget for the next fiscal year proposes...
Traffic ticket scofflaws may be in luck. Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget for the next fiscal year proposes an amnesty that would knock off about half of what many folks owe. The move is expected to bring in about $150 million for California’s coffers. 

What do you think of the proposal?
Read more about how it would work here: http://x.pe.com/1Dt2CHW
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