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Senator Wolk introduces bond to address Delta crisis
Dan Bacher
“This new water bond represents a fresh start on funding the state’s water infrastructure, not a rehash of the $11 billion bond currently on the 2014 ballot," Senator Lois Wolk stated. "That bond, passed in 2009, and since delayed twice, has proven to be too expensive, too unpopular, and too outdated to garner voter support." Photo: Senator Wolk presents one of her bills on the floor of the State Senate in May 2012. Photo courtesy of State Senate.

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