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  • GOP push to shift state water policy away from conservation - GOP push to shift state water policy away from conservation By Carolyn Lochhead July 19, 2017 Updated: July 19, 2017 6:00am WASHINGTON — With a friend in the White House and their party in control of both chambers of Congress, House Republicans have embarked on their most ambitious effort yet...
  • Great salmon fishing defies spring forecast - Great salmon fishing defies spring forecast By Tom Stienstra July 13, 2017 After a fight with a salmon with rod and reel, the fish here is finally brought to the side of the boat to hopefully be netted and brought aboard Photo: Tom Stienstra, Brian Murphy / Special To The...
  • Fish or farms? A new battle rages over California water - Fish or farms? A new battle rages over California water BY ANSHU SIRIPURAPU asiripurapu@mcclatchydc.com WASHINGTON The House this week will tackle the question, which for years has triggered a tug-of-war between growers and environmentalists. It plans to vote on a Republican-authored plan aimed at sending more of northern California’s water...
  • GGSA Files Major Lawsuit to Block Delta Tunnels - By PAUL ROGERS | progers@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group Kicking off what are expected to be years of legal battles, a coalition of environmental and fishing groups on Thursday filed the first major lawsuits over California Gov. Jerry Brown’s $17 billion plan to build two massive, 35-mile-long tunnels under...
  • GGSA Statement on Twin Tunnels Permits - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 26, 2017 Contact: Michael Coats (707) 935-6203 or michael@coatspr.com SAN FRANCISCO – The Golden Gate Salmon Association issued the following statement today in reaction to the release of the biological opinions related to the twin tunnels project. Executive Director John McManus issued the following statement: “Salmon...