Vote Set on California Water-Transfer Deal California lawmakers will vote on legislation that would clear the way for a large-scale transfer of water from farmers to city dwellers. Designed to help reduce the state's dependence on Colorado River water, also used by six other states, the proposed agreement follows years of negotiation among four big water agencies in Southern California. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.
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Vote Set on California Water-Transfer Deal

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Vote Set on California Water-Transfer Deal

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Vote Set on California Water-Transfer Deal

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California lawmakers will vote on legislation that would clear the way for a large-scale transfer of water from farmers to city dwellers. Designed to help reduce the state's dependence on Colorado River water, also used by six other states, the proposed agreement follows years of negotiation among four big water agencies in Southern California. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.