Trump Enters A California Water War

24 Oct 2018 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
WashINGTON, DC, United States

Two weeks before the US mid-term elections, President Donald Trump's administration has taken a stand on a sensitive issue in the State of California: water allocation in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Trump went on to insinuate that California wild fires, caused by drought, should be blamed on environmental protection legislation, and threaten to withold federal support for the State when future wildfires strike.Trump signed a memorandum October 19 instructing the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Commerce to review a broad range of water regulations, “eliminate all unnecessary burdens”, and to submit final "biological findings" by mid-May 2019...

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