The Governator takes on Earth

Goddard, Ben
July 2007
Hill;7/19/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 88, p25
The author reflects on the decision of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on how to deal the problems surrounding the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. He states that the governor does well since Schwarzenegger proposed for a water storage in a massive $68 billion public works bond. However, the author stresses that the environmental groups and the leadership of the Democratic-controlled legislature have opposed Schwarzenegger's plan.


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