Legislators in California’s Senate and Assembly have been busy the past two weeks passing hundreds of bills to meet a May 31 deadline—when bills must pass their house of origin or die.
Several of those measures dealt with environmental issues, from groundwater sustainability and hazardous site cleanups to paper receipts and prohibiting the sale of fur products.
Several vexing environmental issues may get closer looks, thanks to several bills.
Cadiz Valley Water
The Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery, and Storage Project in the Mojave Desert might get yet another environmental review. The $225 million project aims to pump ...