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March 23, 2014 12:00 AM

Bill McEwen: Lots of ideas but very little progress on drought

The third year of the California drought brings a reminder of just how fractured and messy democracy can be. There have been dozens of proposals – seven versions of a state water bond, for example – to improve the water situation and more are surely on the way.

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