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By 2030, there will be 3 billion more middle class consumers globally, in addition to the 1.8 billion now. They will want cars, better food, electricity, air conditioning, hot water, sewage treatment plants, and internet access.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says it wants to broaden its regulatory powers over agriculture in the name of “sustainable development”. In response, agricultural leaders are pleading with Congress to.
While California is already facing another $20 billion shortfall, and with the state legislature bickering about which programs are responsible for the crisis, California voters are being asked (via Prop 21) to pay an $18 vehicle license fee that will specifically be devoted to maintaining the state’s parks.