Ben Benumof

Capistrano Taxpayers Association

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A decision is expected soon on a lawsuit that could change the way we Californians pay for water. The case originated in the small town of San Juan Capistrano.

A Small-Town Water Fight With Big Implications

A decision is expected soon on a lawsuit that could change the way we Californians pay for water. The case originated in the small town of San Juan Capistrano.

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