Murky Waters

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The article reviews and explains the holding of In re Groundwater Cases (2007), 154 Cal. App. 4th 659. This precedent setting case outlines the extent to which a private or municipal drinking water system in California may be liable, if at all, for toxic substances that impact drinking water resources as the result of discharges and releases by third parties.

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