Governor Jerry Brown and leading Democratic legislators in Sacramento have proposed a $1 billion proposal to provide California with additional funding for drought-relief.
Among other details, the proposal would accelerate access to bond money, fund programs for water recycling, and support local drought relief and infrastructure projects. The core of the legislation would accelerate the roll-out of various portions of last year’s $7.5 billion water bond measure.
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John Myers, KQED's senior editor for California Politics and Government