|CALIFORNIA WATER NEWS|
State Senate Committee Concludes that Water Supply Planning Laws Need Improvement
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On October 15, 2003 the state Senate Agriculture and Water Resources Committee held a special hearing in the City of Tracy to determine whether SB 610 and SB 221, laws that attempt to link water supply and growth, are working as intended, and to explore the need for changes to those laws. At the hearing headed by Senator Michael Machado, Linden, both developers and environmentalists criticized the current laws and suggested reforms.
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