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March 7, 2015 4:00 PM

Water storage projects need critical analysis

The California Water Commission is responsible for divvying up $2.7 billion for water storage projects and should brace itself to be swept up in a high-profile tug of war. The hard-sell pitches are coming from two ideologically opposite camps.

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