Politics & Government

July 20, 2015 9:29 PM

California drought agency goes after another farm district

California drought regulators went on the offensive against another agricultural irrigation district Monday, proposing a $1.55 million fine against a Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta-area agency for allegedly diverting water illegally over a two-week period.

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