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Collaborating for Success: Stakeholder Engagement for Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Implementation
Executive Summary: In August 2014, the California Legislature passed the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), marking a fundamental shift in the management of water resources in California.
Senators Portantino and Gonzalez Introduce Clean Water Legislation to Monitor PFAS Chemical Contamination
“Understanding the full extent of PFAS contamination in California's drinking water is critical to both protect the public and enable us to make the most cost-effective decisions about water treatment,” said Andria Ventura, toxics program manager for Clean Water Action. “We don't want to have to keep rethinking technical investments because we didn't have a full understanding of the problem. That's not fair to water systems or ratepayers.”