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Governor’s Budget Banks on Voters Passing Water Bond February 7 2018 To pay for most of the water initiatives in his proposed budget, the governor is banking on voters approving a $4 billion parks and water bond.
Majority Opposition to Drilling Includes Coastal Republicans January 8 2018 Majorities of coastal Republicans joined with other regional and political groups in opposing more offshore oil drilling, the PPIC Statewide Survey shows.
Video: Californians and Climate Change July 31 2017 There is broad consensus in favor of California’s efforts to address climate change, the PPIC Statewide Survey shows.
Remaking the Salton Sea April 6 2017 California’s largest lake faces a water crisis. A new state plan seeks to address urgent environmental and public health problems.
Uncertain Future for Cap-and-Trade November 14 2016 California's cap-and-trade program—which funds most of the state's actions to address climate change—faces an uncertain future.
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