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No, the costs of overhauling California's water system should be paid for by wealthy farmers and agricultural business
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The Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act would allow California to borrow $11.1B (27% towards water storage, 20% towards sustainability, 15% towards ecosystem and watershed restoration, 11% towards water recycling and treatment facilities, 13% towards water management, 9% towards groundwater protection and cleanup, and 4% towards drought relief and safe drinking water). The bond would be funded by California taxpayers through the state's general fund. See recent Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act news
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I am not sure. I live in California; it needs a LOT of things during this Recession. I would like clean water but is it MORE important than Jobs or housing or medical??? I don't know. 5 years ago from a Green in Modesto, CA
I would support a scaled-back water bond (closer to the $6.5 billion legislative proposals) that focuses on necessary infrastructure improvements, water efficiency, and conservation. 5 years ago from a Green in Davis, CA
This should be handled by the Federal Government. 5 years ago from a Green in Berkeley, CA
No, because the state is just subsidizing farmers' water costs. 5 years ago from a Green in Tustin, CA
Find another way to pay for it that insures clean water without fluoride and other contaminates. 5 years ago from a Green in Oak View, CA
No, It will destroy the Sacramento River delta. 5 years ago from a Green in Sacramento, CA
California should revise its approach to water issues to restrict growth, conserve, and protect natural waterways, aquatic species, and wetlands. 5 years ago from a Green in Sebastopol, CA
YES. This is a critical issue that most people don't know about. We are one earthquake away from being disconnected from our current water distribution system. We also need more efficiency for delivery, collection, recycling treatment plants and... 5 years ago from a Green in Reseda, CA