Bettina Boxall, Reporter, Los Angeles Times
David Hayes, Former Deputy U.S. Secretary of Interior
Jay Lund, Director, Director, UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences
Kip Lipper, Chief Councilor for Energy and the Environment, Office of the Senate pro Tem
Fixing the Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta is one of California’s highest water priorities. But high costs and entrenched interests are making progress painfully slow. People know the system is broken and faces catastrophic risks. Once the state budget is at least partially resolved, can the water bonds get back on the ballot in 2014? Can a flexible system that takes water from different places in wet and dry years be packaged and sold to the public?
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