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The California Water War: Goodbye for the General

The California water wars pay tribute to Sen. Dianne Feinstein who they say that a climate and environment champion. The senator might have been a successor but she was always the champion

California Water War

The state is now questioning the senator’s successor who will stand on the California water wars. They said that they might lose because of the wet winter but soon they will rise for the next drought and that condition might be a climate change. That is California water wars.

The agricultural interest is already bending Gov. Gavin Newsom’s ear on who will replace her. They were looking into Rep. Jim Costa (D-Calif.) and state Sen. Anna Caballero (D-Salinas). It is indeead California water wars.

In a report by POLITICO, Feinstein is a leader who is showing her willingness to represent the agricultural interests. Her abilities was praised despite hailing from urban, liberal San Francisco and also working with different congressional Republicans that represent the Central Valley. Which makes her the star of California water wars.

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Feinstein was a passionate defender of California’s deserts, establishing the Mojave National Preserve, Death Valley and Joshua Tree National Parks, and expanding to them over time. She is also accused by some environmentalists of preferring farmers in the Delta above threatened fish.

Another report of The Community Now, on this California Water war, it’s not yet clear who will be the next representative to replace her stand. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) gave some clues presenting his work on drinking water irrigation water in the Central Valley that makes him more capable of being a leader of the California water wars.

Schiff also went to growers in the Valley, to earn some points with the farmers who were puzzled on his anti-Trump politics. It’s not clear if there is Alex Padillan will be. Farmers were not engaged closely on water because the Former senator, Feinstein was so dominant. It is a real California water war.

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The passing of Feinstein signals the end of an era for California’s water war. According to William Bourdeau, an executive vice president at Harris Farms and a board member at Westlands Water District, her team was working on water concerns up until the day before her passing.

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