California’s dams and reservoirs are sitting at historic highs. Yet, the state’s bigger water issues go unaddressed with demands for more taxpayer money.
After spending years promoting cutting-edge science as the savior of fish, environmentalists have cast science aside to support Senate Bill 1. Why? Power.
Why would a Valley lawmaker supporting a bill to save jobs, farms, and clean water for communities, later vote for a different bill denying all of that?
Radical environmentalists worked hand-in-glove with allies in the media to derail potential solutions by a slyly-developed attack on scientific process.
Calif. voters approved more than $25bil in water funding since 1970. Now, state agencies want public input on the same issues the money was meant to solve.
A bill to codify a groundbreaking California Supreme Court decision will certainly pick winners and losers. But who’s who?
Fishing guides told The Sacramento Bee that thousands of baby salmon turned up dead right next to a $6.3 million salmon restoration project built with taxpayer funds.
Calif. A.G. Xavier Becerra and his allies have filed a lawsuit to stop Federal water users from participating in the raising of Shasta Dam, a federal dam.
Sacramento’s pitch to enact taxes for “clean drinking water for disadvantaged communities” is an old dog with new tricks.
Five Chinook salmon were found having spawned in the San Joaquin River, but exactly how many jobs were lost in the process?