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Old 1/24/19, 12:34 PM
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Default Will this lead to a change in how we write reports in California?

California State Senate Committee Bans Saying 'He' and 'She'
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Old 1/24/19, 2:29 PM
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Old 1/24/19, 4:40 PM
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We have some crazy democratic's in this state beyond belief.
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Old 1/24/19, 7:01 PM
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I've never used "he" or "she" in a report, so no.

But hey Nick, if you're so interested in dumb CA Laws, how come you didn't do anything about the absurd lawn sprinkler inspection law?
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Old 1/24/19, 11:00 PM
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I've never used "he" or "she" in a report, so no.

But hey Nick, if you're so interested in dumb CA Laws, how come you didn't do anything about the absurd lawn sprinkler inspection law?
I think I retired just in time. Is there a "free" warranty that covers sprinklers?




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Old 1/24/19, 11:32 PM
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I think I retired just in time. Is there a "free" warranty that covers sprinklers?
Ask NT. lol

But it does say:

Bill Text - AB-2371 Water use efficiency: landscape irrigation.
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(d) To the extent funds are available, the Department of Water Resources, in consultation with the California Real Estate Inspection Association and the Department of Housing and Community Development, shall compile an estimate of the number of properties for which an irrigation system inspection report has been prepared each year, beginning with 2018, for inclusion in an update to the California Water Plan.
So only CRIEA is authorized to estimate how many inspectors might comply with a law that is completely voluntary to follow.
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Old 1/26/19, 1:38 PM
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After all California is in it's name. Nobody else cares except for reporting on this nonsense.
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