U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt isn’t shying away from reminding Californians who reigns supreme in its water wars.
A motion filed Tuesday by the State of California aims to suspend the new Federal water regulations and revert back to those in place for the last decade.
Thanks to recent rain, Federal water managers used the new biological opinions to pump additional water to the Valley. A court battle ensued. The Feds won.
In the history of California’s oft-combative water wars, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new plan achieved something unprecedented: it incited universal scorn.
The Newsom administration announced plans competing with Trump administration environmental rules, reorienting its share of managing the Delta.