Barry Nelson

Senior Policy Analyst, NRDC

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Senior policy analyst for the National Resources Defense Council

Barry Nelson on KCRW

For once, Governor Schwarzenegger has  high praise  for the state legislature, which finally passed a  package of water bills  as dawn was breaking today in Sacramento.

A Historic Water Plan for California?

For once, Governor Schwarzenegger has high praise for the state legislature, which finally passed a package of water bills as dawn was breaking today in Sacramento.

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After a very wet winter, California voters approved last year ten billion dollars in bonds for  water projects  that includes flood control.

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After a very wet winter, California voters approved last year ten billion dollars in bonds for water projects that includes flood control.

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