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7 facts tagged with California Facts
In 1850, only 8% of the people in California were women.
There's a road in Lancaster, CA that has grooves carved in such a way that when you drive over them at 55 MPH, they will play a part of Rossini's "The William Tell Overture."
When a massive power outage struck southern California in the 1990s, Los Angeles residents reportedly called 911 to express alarm about strange clouds hovering overhead; they were seeing the Milky Way for the first time.
In California, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, it's against the law to hold a "Ladies' Night" because it's deemed gender discrimination.
There is a county in California called Yolo.
The Power Rangers command center is a real building located in a California University.
Chanel Tapper, a student from California, USA, has the world's longest tongue, measuring 9.75 cm (3.8 inches), from tip to top lip!