Lawmakers Say Water Bond Oversight Will Be Priority

California’s dwindling water supply didn’t escape lawmakers last session. They passed emergency drought legislation, new groundwater management laws, and put a $7.5 billion water bond before voters.

But now, keeping a close eye on how all of that is implemented is their next priority. Democratic Assemblymember Marc Levine says he doesn’t want a repeat of what happened with money from Proposition 1-E, the flood control bond that passed in 2006.

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