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Central Valley Project says many farmers will get no water. Cities can expect a 50 percent allotment.
President’s promise of emergency aid comes amid partisan demands for water solutions.
Interstate and other roads to be shut down in sections to transport structure from Oregon to California.
Department of Water Resources says SWP reservoirs are too low to send shipments to farms and cities.
It’s more than two years late, but California farmers say they’re relieved the House passed a farm bill.
But regulators also report that 12 million Californians live in areas where air violates federal rules.