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CTNS SCRIPTS

CAPITOL TELEVISION NEWS SERVICE

SACRAMENTO, CA

(916) 446-7890

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

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1. GOP WATER STORAGE......................................VO/SOT

2. CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT DEBT...................VO/SOT

3. FAST FOOD QUIZ.................................................VO/SOT

4. HIGH TECH CLASSROOM...................................VO/SOT

5. DISABLED WORKER BILL..................................VO/SOT

GOP WATER STORAGE VO/SOT

LIVE: REPUBLICAN ASSEMBLY MEMBERS SAY THEY REFUSE TO SUPPORT A WATER BOND PROPOSAL FOR CALIFORNIA THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE FUNDING FOR DAMS. THEY CONTEND SURFACE STORAGE SPACE WILL BE CRITICAL TO SUPPLY WATER TO CALIFORNIA'S GROWING POPULATION.

SUPER: TODAY/STATE CAPITOL/SACRAMENTO

VO: (:20) SEVERAL G-O-P LAWMAKERS STOOD OUTSIDE THE STATE CAPITOL AT A NEWS CONFERENCE PROCLAIMING THEY WERE DRAWING A LINE IN THE SAND TO ONLY SUPPORT A PLAN THAT PROVIDES THAT SURFACE STORAGE. THEY CONTEND FOUR BILLION DOLLARS IN FUNDING FOR DELTA REHABILITATION APPEASES ONLY ENVIRONMENTAL INTERESTS WITH PUBLIC MONEY BUT DOESN'T ADDRESS CALIFORNIA'S GROWING NEED FOR WATER. ONE DEMOCRATIC ASSEMBLYMAN CONTENDS THE ONLY FEASIBLE DAM PROJECT THAT JUSTIFIES PUBLIC SPENDING AT THIS POINT IN TIME IS THE LOS VAQUEROS RESERVOIR THAT IS IN HIS DISTRICT.

SUPER: ASSEMBLYMAN MARK DESAULNIER/D-ANTIOCH

SOT: (:19)

SAYS: "WE SUPPORT THAT BECAUSE WE THINK IT'S ENVIRONMENTALLY READY TO GO ... SHOULD BE FAIR FOR SITES AND TEMPERANCE FLAT."

SUPER: ASSEMBLY REPUBLICAN LEADER MIKE VILLINES/R-CLOVIS

SOT: (:22)

SAYS: "SITES IS DEFINITELY FAR DOWN THE LINE ... THAT'S THE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNITY AND THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY WORKING TOGETHER."

SUPER: FILE

VO TAG: ANY BOND MEASURE WOULD REQUIRE TWO THIRDS APPROVAL OF THE LEGISLATURE, MAKING REPUBLICAN SUPPORT FOR ANY PLAN CRUCIAL. THE ASSEMBLY HAS SCHEDULED A WATER HEARING TOMORROW AND THE SENATE HAS ONE ON MONDAY.

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SUPER: ASSEMBLYMAN MARK DESAULNIER/D-ANTIOCH

SOT: (:41)

SAYS: "THESE STORAGE FACILITIES AT SITES AND TEMPERANCE ... GIVE THEM BILLIONS OF DOLLARS FOR STORAGE FACILITIES THAT WE DON'T THINK WE NEED."

SOT: (:28)

SAYS: "WE DO HAVE TO ACT AS ONE STATE .. FOR URBAN USERS AND FOR AGRICULTURE, AND I DON'T THINK THAT'S THERE RIGHT NOW."

SUPER: ASSEMBLY REPUBLICAN LEADER MIKE VILLINES/R-CLOVIS

SOT: (:15)

SAYS: "THE IDEA WE'D DO A SMALL BOND FOR A FEW SPECIAL INTERESTS .. AS AN OVERALL ISSUE."

SOT: (:20)

SAYS: "YOU CANNOT CONSERVE YOUR WAY TO WATER STORAGE ... LOOK AT EVERYTHING."

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