But these shackles on the Legislature aren't what's holding it back from a water deal. It's decades-old conflicts between agricultural, urban and environmental interests. There are still disputes over groundwater monitoring, water rights guarantees, who controls the delta water spigot and the size of a construction bond. Web Link
The field poll was commissioned for a sold-out daylong conference called "Getting to Reform: Avenues to Constitutional Change in California," sponsored by UC Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies, Stanford's Bill Lane Center for the American West and Sacramento State's Center for California Studies.
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