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Would another Burns-Porter Act resolve the Delta revuelta?

June 4, 2013 By Wayne Lusvardi Mark Twain wrote, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” California is replaying its original political power struggle for passage of the State Water Project that had to be resolved by the Burns-Porter

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Cadiz creates water out of thin air

April 9, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi Call it “thin water.” A small private company called Cadiz Inc. in Los Angeles is in the process of creating water in California’s Mojave Desert — like a magician, literally out of thin air. By

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McClintock: Water Actually 'Abundant'

JUNE 2, 2011 By JOHN SEILER The history of California practically is the history of water. So it’s not surprising that the recent history of the state involves a shift from government facilitating growth to government sharply restricting growth —

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