By Katy Grimes | Cal Watchdog
There’s no drought of water bonds in the California Legislature to deal with the record drought the state is suffering.
The Republican minority in the Legislature even is pitching in. Assemblyman Dan Logue, R-Marysville, is pushing Assembly Bill 1445, a proposed $5.8 billion water bond to be put on the November ballot to build two new dams and address Central Valley water quality.
Logue maintains his bill contains no pork and is the only water bond being discussed that would fund two dams.
California voters have not passed a water bond since 2006. The Legislature in 2009 voted to put an $11 billion water bond on the Nov. 2010 ballot. But the Legislature then postponed the vote twice because of almost certain defeat by voters and questions about funding of pork.
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