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Brown Calls For New, Smaller Water Bond

California Governor Jerry Brown’s proposal includes two billion dollars for storage projects, like dams and reservoirs.
Credit sacbee.com

  California Governor Jerry Brown opposes the $11 billion measure currently on the November ballot and proposes a $6 billion bond instead.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

  Today's reporting by Ben Adler

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