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The Battle Continues for Clean Drinking Water in the Central Valley

California lawmakers are stuck on Trump, but there’s a problem at home that needs attention: dirty water.

What’s heard about a lot less is that hundreds of thousands of people — mostly low income, and many of them farm workers — are being forced to drink unhealthy, contaminated tap water unless they can get healthy water trucked in or buy it bottled.

Read the full article found in the LA Times by reporter George Skelton.

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