July 13th, 2017

Opposition Grows as Anti-Cadiz AB-1000 Moves in Sacramento

Despite strong opposition from water agencies, labor, businesses and professional hydrologists, AB 1000 (Friedman), a bill that would carve out the Cadiz Water Project for selective, unwarranted and onerous treatment by the state, passed through the Senate Natural Resources and …

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April 18th, 2017

Cadiz Water Project on Laborers’ List for Trump Administration

Construction laborers unions have placed the Cadiz Water Project on a priority infrastructure list requested by President Donald Trump, according to news reports from McClatchy’s Washington DC news bureau. We reported earlier on another such list, circulated among business and …

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March 28th, 2017

‘Significant Risk’ at Oroville Underscores Need for Cadiz Water Project

The “very significant risk” damage to the Oroville Dam spillway underscores the need to diversify California’s water supply, including increased groundwater storage capacity, as Phase 2 of the Cadiz Water Project would provide. According to a recent Wall Street Journal …

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March 24th, 2017

KCET Runs Positive Essay on Cadiz Water Project

Following years of spinning negative yarns about the Cadiz Water Project, Los Angeles Public Television Station KCET has welcomed an essay from project proponents. With a column titled, “Conservation and Sustainable Management of Groundwater in Desert is Worthy of Support,” …

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March 20th, 2017

Debunking Cadiz Water Project Myths

Sen. Dianne Feinstein once again dusted off her oft-used and oft-disproven criticisms of the Cadiz Water Project earlier this week, which the San Bernardino Sun ran as an opinion column. Two responses quickly followed. Former CalEPA Secretary and former Special …

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