Opinion: Increased water storage is key to California’s economy

Outlet: Mercury News

July 30, 2010

If California does not provide an adequate water supply at reasonable cost to its agricultural industry, competition from globalization will soon turn the state into a Third World country. Most of the people working to find a solution to California water problems seem to have a hard time understanding the economic impact that the lack of water at reasonable prices has on the economy and how this directly affects working families and the state’s tax base…

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