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On Thursday, the California Supreme Court gave a boost to the state’s plan to build two water tunnels in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta after ruling on a payment issue for landowners impacted by the project.

It’s official: Southern California’s Metropolitan Water District, the largest water supplier in the state, now owns 20,369 acres of land in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta despite attempts to block the sale.

A new report from the Public Policy Institute of California looks at the shortcomings of California’s water information system, which have become even more pronounced during the most recent drought.

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