Associated Press / KQED Science » The powerful Metropolitan Water District voted Tuesday to pay its share of the $17 billion project to build two massive tunnels to pipe water from Northern California to Southern California cities. The vote gives Gov. Jerry Brown’s ambitious project an important boost of support after an influential agricultural group withdrew its support last month.
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