Our Klamath Basin Water Crisis
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own property, and caretake our wildlife and natural resources.
Laws, Acts, Lawsuits,
Environmental Lawsuits Rake in Billions for Lawyers, Idaho Farm Bureau News, posted to KBC 10/30/09.
HERE for Endangered Species Act Lawsuits
Oregonians for Food and Shelter legislative information
Top 10 Stupidest New Laws in California for 2017, by
Former California State Assemblyman: Backpacks
House committee approves Klamath Project water bill,
H&N 2/20/18. "...HB
4016 would allow irrigators in the Klamath Project to
temporarily transfer water claims between properties
within the same irrigation district..."
California Farm Bureau Federation Friday Legislative Review, 2/16/18. New Bill Introductions, Cannabis, Climate, Commodities, Natural Resources, Nutrition, Water, and New Appointments
2/16/18 - Oregon Rep. E. Werner Reschke’s water
bill HB 4016. He serves as Vice-Chair of House Energy and Environment
committee and has been working hard to get this bill passed to support
water rights in the Klamath project. The bill (relating to determined
claims) was passed unanimously in bi-partisan Committee on Wednesday and
referred to Rules where it is expected to pass the Senate as well.
Tribes seek higher water levels for Upper Klamath; lawsuit notice filed,
possibility of extinction-level event cited, H&N 2/14/18.
Linthicum drafts bill to defund dam removal, H&N 2/14/18. "...the cost for dam removal could amount to $950 million, with no specific plan yet in place to fully fund the project. He also said sediment could total 20 million cubic yards and releasing it downstream would impact long-term fish habitats..."
California Farm Bureau
Federation Friday Review / Governmental and Legislative Update
1/26/18. Taxes Taxes Taxes
Klamath Infrastructure Improvement Act (H.R.4329) 11/10/17
House Passes Important Legislation to Promote Hydropower, Energy & Commerce 11/8/17. H.R.3043. "This Act may be cited as the “Hydropower Policy Modernization Act of 2017:"