At a meeting of water agency officials in Sacramento on Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown that critics of his twin tunnels water diversion plan should “shut up” until they spend more time studying it. “Until you’ve put a million hours into it,” Brown said, estimating the amount of staff time devoted to the project, “shut up.”
At a meeting of water agency officials in Sacramento on Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown that critics of his twin tunnels water diversion plan should “shut up” until they spend more time studying it. “Until you’ve put a million hours into it,” Brown said, estimating the amount of staff time devoted to the project, “shut up.” Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
At a meeting of water agency officials in Sacramento on Wednesday, Gov. Jerry Brown that critics of his twin tunnels water diversion plan should “shut up” until they spend more time studying it. “Until you’ve put a million hours into it,” Brown said, estimating the amount of staff time devoted to the project, “shut up.” Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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May 07, 2015 05:00 PM

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