SB 307:

Stop the Destructive Privatized Cadiz Water Project

Author:

Richard Roth

Restores science-based decision-making to stop an environmentally disastrous project, the Cadiz Water Project, which seeks to pump 16 billion gallons of water a year from a fragile desert aquifer in the Mojave desert at an alarming rate of overdraft, this would be devastating to both natural and cultural resources in California’s largest national monument, Mojave Trails.

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Top Priority Bill

Status:

Passed Assembly 50-24

Passed Senate 21-11

Signed by Governor Newsom

VOTE EVENT: Assembly Natural Resources Committee, June 10, 2019Status: Passed

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PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION:ANTI-ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION:DID NOT VOTEDid not vote on good bill. Counted negatively.DID NOT VOTEDid not vote on a bad bill. Counted positively.EXCUSEDAbsent due to illness or family leave; not counted positively or negatively.

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