Dan Walters

August 4, 2014 6:03 PM

Dan Walters: Drought ramps up pressure on Legislature to write water bond

Having procrastinated for years, politicians now may have no more than a week to fashion a new water bond for the Nov. 4 ballot to replace one that many fear is doomed because of its size – $11.1 billion – and obviously gratuitous pork.

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