California's Department of Water Resources announced yesterday an initial 5% allocation of requested deliveries of Table A water to State Water Project contractors for 2014.
This initial allocation for the 2014 water...more
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House Passes Water Resources Reform and Development Act -
Last week, the House passed its Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA), which provides federal funding for water and...more
Earlier this month, the State of Florida announced it will be filing a lawsuit in September in the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to limit Georgia’s consumption of water from the Chattahoochee and Flint River Basins through an...more
Immigration, student loans, the budget, and the Farm bill, are the top four issues that Congress will consider before the August recess. That being said, President Obama’s recent climate change strategy release ensures that...more
Water in California sparks news headlines on nearly a daily basis. Much of the attention is focused on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, a sprawling river delta and estuary wedged between Sacramento and Stockton that acts as...more
California's Proposition 65 (The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986) prohibits businesses from discharging harmful chemicals into drinking water sources or onto land where they can enter drinking water...more
Effective April 12, 2013, there are new regulations in New York governing entities that withdraw, or have the capability to withdraw, 100,000 gallons (or more) of water per day....more
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation today decreased the Water Year 2013 water supply allocations for the Central Valley Project, citing the extremely dry conditions in California. Reclamation's announcement is quoted below...more
The State Water Contractors issued a press release announcing that the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) has reduced this year's expected water allocations from the State Water Project from 40% down to 35% as a...more
Originally published on GlobeSt.com, February 25, 2013.
In January, the Department of Economic Opportunity issued a report on the state’s business climate. The report called for a statewide strategy to ensure adequate...more
The California Supreme Court on February 1, 2007, issued a long-awaited decision concerning assessment of water supplies during California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review of proposed land-use plans....more