SACRAMENTO - Recent census numbers show that the state of California is fast approaching the 40 million population mark.
According to The Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency if the population number continues to increase at the present rate California will be the most crowded state in the nation including little bitty Rhode Island.
ADGA spokesperson Bagley B. Buckleybox has stated that The California State Department of Contraception has refused to change their stance on the Rhythm Birth Control Method.
CSDC Director Marsha Lucy Ravioli, 32, who is a practicing Catholic has made it abundantly clear that her organization will not waver one iota from their position.
Meanwhile after receiving thousands of correspondence mail, text messages, and tweets from concerned citizens the state of California decided to put the matter to a vote in the California State Senate.
The proposal to discontinue the Rhythm Birth Control Method was debated heatedly for six days. Finally the senators took a vote and it came out 23-17 in favor of doing away with the Rhythm Birth Control Method.
SIDENOTE: The new ban will go into effect on August 19, at 12:07 a.m.