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SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, home to the NFL's Chargers and Rams, was built in just four years "It's held up in the bureaucratic morass," Gallagher said of Proposition 1, the 2014 reservoir bond measure.

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The growing discord comes as torrential rain, wind and flooding in December and early January has caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage to agricultural crops, including up to $200 million in losses for the coastal strawberry industry.

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Multiple water agencies pump water from the delta and send it to the farms of the Central Valley and to cities in Southern California.

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Water in Oroville, the nation's tallest dam, dropped so low in 2021 that a picture taken from space shows the dry earth from the lake's bottom.

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Overhouse said the whole process has dragged on far too long.

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Republicans say they are undaunted by their failure to pass water bills and have continued to press ahead with a slate of legislation that just may pass, given the state's recent disasters.

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Sacramento, CA — Republican Heath Flora, whose California Assembly district stretches into the Copperopolis area of Calaveras County, along with communities like Oakdale and La Grange, is urging Governor Newsom to take bold action on water.

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They watch as 1.2 billion gallons of water per day are flushed into a Northern California delta that leads to the Pacific Ocean — all to regulate water temperature for a trout population living there.

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The Pew Charitable Trusts says the federal government has been slow to use the special designation, despite mounting evidence of worsening pollution in the nation's freshwaters.

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Conservation groups spoke out at a workshop held by the board late last week - and some are asking the board to scrap the voluntary agreements.

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Last week, LaMalfa and other California Republicans introduced the Water for California Act in the House to reaffirm the allocation of water to the state's Central Valley farm belt, among other places.

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Ashley Overhouse - California water policy advisor with Defenders of Wildlife - said a new plan to put more water into the estuary is crucial since four species of native fish have made the federal endangered species list since 1992, bringing the total to 6.

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"California isn't waiting to act — we're moving aggressively to modernize how we capture and store water to future-proof our state against more extreme cycles of wet and dry," California's governor said.

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"If a governor weighs in with these agencies, it tends to get done."

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"One thing, people are doing is going to laundromats instead of washing clothes at home," Carroll said.

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"Water agencies have delayed the planning process significantly in order to negotiate the amount of water that they would have to release."

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"We're expediting projects across the state to maximize storm water capture and storage above and below ground during times like these, reshaping our water systems for the 21st century and beyond."