This just in … Senate Republicans unveil $8.7B water bond proposal

This article has just been posted by the Los Angeles Times:

“Senate Republicans, who have chafed at Gov. Jerry Brown’s insistence on a pared-down water bond, released their counteroffer Friday: an $8.7-billion measure that prioritizes water storage.

Republicans say their plan meets Brown’s call for a “no-frills” plan by shaving $2.4 billion from the bond currently on the ballot. That measure, which costs $11.1 billion, was originally written in 2009. … “

Read more from the LA Times here: Senate Republicans unveil $8.7-billion water bond proposal

Stay tuned – More on this to come …



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One Response

  1. Wesley Rolley

    The question I would ask the Republicans is where they will get the water to fill their new storage when there is not enough water to reliably fill the storage that we have.


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