The Man-Made California Drought

The Man-Made California Drought

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One month after Barack Obama invaded the Oval Office, his gift to the nation and the world dependent upon our agricultural market was to shut the water off to farmlands in California, the nation’s No. 1 agriculture state. It has been off ever since and so many levels, the results have been devastating.

California’s San Joaquin Valley before January 20, 2009:


California’s San Joaquin Valley today, April 21, 2014:


House Committee on Natural Resources

California’s San Joaquin Valley is the salad bowl of the world, providing the majority of fruits and vegetables for the entire nation. But, with another man-made drought looming, the San Joaquin Valley is in danger of becoming a dust bowl unless immediate action is taken to change policies that put the needs of fish above the livelihood of people.

House Republicans have a bipartisan, comprehensive solution to end future man-made droughts, bring job and water supply…

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