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In the short-term, these projects will benefit businesses up and down the state and put thousands to work – many in communities with the highest rates of unemployment.
That would be a very cynical way to prop up the federal budget - and devastating to millions of Americans.
We've got the scientists, we've got the lawyers and we're ready to fight.
Kevin Starr chronicled the history of California as no one else. He captured the spirit of our state and brought to life the characters and personalities that made the California story. His vision, like California itself, was bigger than life.
The tendency, the inevitable move is that when we're toward the end of a recovery, we have all this money and people want to spend. That's the very time when you have to pull in and provide a budget reserve.
There are too many uncertainties that could put a massive hole in our budget expectations, so that's just another argument to be prudent.
Small deficits can quickly mushroom into large ones if not promptly eliminated. California has the most progressive tax system in the United States. But as a corollary, we have one of the most unreliable revenue systems in the country.
If they do go down that road, it will be extremely painful for California.
We got the scientists, we got the lawyers, and we're ready to fight.
Keep your hands off. That laboratory is going to pursue good science.
Some people need a heart attack to stop smoking. Maybe we just got our heart attack.
If Trump turns off the satellites, California will launch its own damn satellites.
We've got the scientists. We've got the lawyers. We're ready. California will continue in support of research.
Whatever problems we have today, they will pale to the stresses that we are going to have by rising sea levels, the threat of tropical diseases, and all manner of extreme weather events.
It goes from some machine, into the air and into your lungs.
We're protecting people's lungs, their health by cutting out a poisonous chemical that comes out of diesel trucks. It goes from some machine, into the air and into your lungs.
This bill curbs these dangerous pollutants and thereby protects public health and slows climate change.
It's going to take wisdom and it will take some balance that we don't overdo it, but I'm not afraid that we're going to get to that point.
Climate change is real, and knowing that, California is taking action.
This plan gets us the most bang for the buck. It directs hundreds of millions where it's needed most - to help disadvantaged communities, curb dangerous super pollutants and cut petroleum use - while saving some for the future.
It's about the world in which we live becoming decarbonized and sustainable. These regulations will work to achieve that goal.
The first animals that went out were the small animals that have difficulty with bad air, as in smoke and ash. The bigger animals, the big cats, the chimpanzees, they can handle the poor air quality better, their problem is fire, so they went out during the day.
We needed flat-bed trailers and we also put out a call for animal cages. Animal people take care of animal people.
This is about economic justice. It's about people. It's about creating a little, tiny amount of balance in a system that every day becomes more unbalanced.