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$350 million available to North Coast, Central Coast and San Francisco Bay
Tomas DiFiore
The Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality, and Flood Protection Act of 2014, SB 42 authored by Senator Lois Wolk, addresses California water woes in ways that strive protect the rights of and needs of people and their health and safety throughout the State. SB 42 is a Capital budget language equivalent, of numerous concerns related to the December 24, 2013 addition of clarification language to SB 4. In it's own way, SB 42 addresses, among current neglected impacts, potential cumulative impacts in the 'protected water' and 'aquifer exemptions' clause, added to SB 4 by DOGGR, after close of comments.

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