A judge has ruled that portions of a state agency’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta plan are inadequate, raising fresh questions about Gov. Jerry Brown’s controversial $15.5 billion plan to build two tunnels through the estuary.
A judge has ruled that portions of a state agency’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta plan are inadequate, raising fresh questions about Gov. Jerry Brown’s controversial $15.5 billion plan to build two tunnels through the estuary. Manny Crisosotomo The Sacramento Bee
A judge has ruled that portions of a state agency’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta plan are inadequate, raising fresh questions about Gov. Jerry Brown’s controversial $15.5 billion plan to build two tunnels through the estuary. Manny Crisosotomo The Sacramento Bee

Judge upholds major provisions of complex Delta management plan

May 20, 2016 05:07 PM

UPDATED May 20, 2016 08:18 PM

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