Blame 'shortage' on misguided environmentalists
PLF Of Counsel
PLF's Dave Stirling's opinion piece on the Delta smelt was featured in the Sacramento Bee on June 14th.
"The question now arises: Is the record-setting, federally mandated reduction of Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta water exports to the Bay Area, the Central Valley and as far south as San Diego the result of a third year of diminished precipitation in Northern California, or is it the result of political or man-made factors?
Even though the state has dealt with drought conditions for three years running, Californians are experiencing a water shortage created in large part by a powerful federal statute known as the Endangered Species Act."
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