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Election 2018: California Proposition 3 Would Fund Water Infrastructure Projects with Bonds

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Well water is pumped from the ground on April 24, 2015 in Tulare, California. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

California voters must decide in November whether or not to approve an $8.9 billion bond measure for water-related projects like groundwater storage, repairing dams and restoring protected habitats. Proponents of Proposition 3 say California’s water infrastructure is crumbling, but critics say the measure targets the wrong projects and lacks oversight. What questions do you have about the proposition?


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