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Apr 22, 2014
No 5% Water Til Sept. 1!!
We aren't the kind to go looking for conspiracy theories, but if you get the Fresno Bee you didn't get this key piece of information. ... more

Apr 21, 2014
Enough Water for 300,000 Fresnans!
Why doesn't the City fight for this water? ... more

Apr 16, 2014
Your Choice: Cut Off One Arm, or They'll Take Both!
There will be a limit on how much you can pump, or there will be a premium. ... more
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Apr 23, 2014
Lawsuit over Paso Robles basin will be decided in San Jose

Apr 23, 2014
Commentary: No-compromise stance will hurt, not help, environment

Apr 23, 2014
Senate Committee Advances Groundwater Bill

Apr 23, 2014
Temperance Flat dam not economically justified, says study

Apr 23, 2014
Law: Defining “Waters of the United States” Under the Clean Water Act

Apr 23, 2014
Historic Klamath Agreement signed

Apr 23, 2014
One less water bond

Apr 23, 2014
East Bay to tap Sacramento River water

Apr 22, 2014
Ground water will be next big California fight

Apr 22, 2014
Editorial: Feinstein bill risks further damage to Delta

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Apr 23, 2014
Restoration Money Pit
It seems that the government agencies responsible for the restoration will spend unlimited public funds for a minuscule return of salmon. ... more

Apr 23, 2014
Letter to the Bee re: Sept. 1
I believe leaving the September 1 date out of the story was important and greatly needed for balance. ... more

Apr 22, 2014
Westlands Huge Influence?
It sure hasn't helped their allocation picture over the past 10 years. ... more
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