As with much of California, even water is known to cause cancer in the state
WCNN - Reporter
August 19, 2014
"Well we like thought it would be a good idea to make water bottles say this since we have to put the label on everything else. Is it fair that blacks are shot for no reason? NO! Is it fair that everything in California has to say it causes cancer except water? NO!"
Prop 65 has been in effect for some time and is estimated to have consumed 1.3 trillion gallons of ink to supply the printing requirements to date. When asked how expensive this change will be, the spokesmen for Arowhead Water said "This shit is going to cost a lot of money - like holy crap - a lot of money. We will have to mark our water up 200% to cover the cost."
In the U.S. the average cost for a 12 oz. bottle of water is $1.00. Arowhead, one of the bargain waters (non-filtered and from a tap in a sewer plant in Flint, MI) will now cost a consumer in excess of $14.00 ($14.02 to be exact).
"This is going to make California look like Uganda" said one resident. "You know what Uganda is like now that they lost their safe driving record to Russia. That will be Sacramento in a few weeks!" said another.
Clearly the state isn't thinking about much seeing as that there is no scientific proof that anything in the water could cause cancer.
"The plastic is certainly known to cause cancer and several of the untreated minerals and deposits in most bottled water are radioactive and can certainly, and easily, cause cancer in any person regardless of age, size, or medical history." said Dr. M. D. U. N. T. William Williams. Clearly the state is overreacting with it's new proposed amendment.
California tax payers can expect an increase of 44% per annul with a 38% rider to pay for a new lawn at the governors mansion.
Private companies will be required to immediately remove all bottled water from all stores and retailers by the deadline. The current deadline is August 21, 2014. "We feel that two days is more than enough time to remove all the toxic product." Said one proposal supporter.
We prepared some charts that we hope illustrate the cost impact to citizens:
Take shelter and stock up on water from Nevada - Nevada water doesn't cause cancer.