Drinking lead—why California may force all schools to test their water | CALmatters

When a therapy dog refused to drink at a San Diego grade school, it was the first clue that something was wrong with the water. Tests revealed why the pup turned up its nose—the presence of polyvinyl chloride, the polymer in PVC pipes that degrade over time. But further analysis found something else that had […]
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Why Markets Aren’t Easy Solution for California’s Groundwater — Water Deeply

Markets may help management of a limited resource, but they can also have unintended consequences, which is why California needs to think carefully about the risks, say experts Nell Green Nylen and Michael Kiparsky. Source: Why Markets Aren’t Easy Solution for California’s Groundwater — Water Deeply
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Southern Californian could see a water rate hike to pay for Brown’s tunnels | The Sacramento Bee

As many as 19 million Southern Californians could see their water bills rise to pay for Gov. Jerry Brown’s controversial plan to bore two huge tunnels below the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Source: Southern Californian could see a water rate hike to pay for Brown’s tunnels | The Sacramento Bee
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Southern Californian could see a water rate hike to pay for Brown’s tunnels | The Sacramento Bee

As many as 19 million Southern Californians could see their water bills rise to pay for Gov. Jerry Brown’s controversial plan to bore two huge tunnels below the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Source: Southern Californian could see a water rate hike to pay for Brown’s tunnels | The Sacramento Bee
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