Fires, droughts, heat waves and floods. These are just some of the ways Mother Nature wreaks havoc on California.
And when disasters strike the Golden State, emergency declarations from the governor’s office are sure to follow, with cities and counties often doing likewise. Such declarations activate of Penal Code Section 396, California’s well-intended but confusing anti-price-gouging law.
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