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California Considers Dams Amid Drought

The unrelenting drought in California has brought a new urgency to controversial attempts by Congress to create new reservoirs around the state or to expand existing ones.

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The unrelenting drought in California has brought a new urgency to controversial attempts by Congress to create new reservoirs around the state or to expand existing ones, according to a story from The Associated Press. Meanwhile, state lawmakers are also considering water storage options with a proposed multibillion-dollar water bond on tap for the November ballot.

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