Steve Fleischli

Natural Resources Defense Council

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Director and Senior Attorney for the Water Program at the National Resources Defense Council, which supports Proposition 1

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Governor Brown is famously not campaigning for re-election next week so much as he is for favorite ballot measures, including  Proposition 1 .

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Governor Brown is famously not campaigning for re-election next week so much as he is for favorite ballot measures, including Proposition 1 .

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