California wants more self-sufficiency with water

Water agencies in California hope to become more self-sufficient with the use of groundwater, recycling programs and overall conservation. In November, voters will consider a $11.1 billion bond for new dams, groundwater cleanup, more conservation and habitat restoration around the state. The tight economy is a major obstacle facing that measure.

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