California Leaders Propose $687 Million to Alleviate Drought

Sacramento Bee: Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders on Wednesday unveiled a proposal to spend roughly $687 million to alleviate the impacts of California's drought, including efforts to clean and recycle water, improve conservation, capture rain, and give emergency food and housing assistance to farmworkers who will be out of work because their fields are fallow. "The best way to make our communities more resilient to drought is to invest in projects that get the most out of every drop of water," said Senate......

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