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Topic - Doug Lamalfa
Two members of California's congressional delegation on Wednesday called for building a new reservoir north of Sacramento, displaying bipartisan agreement on one potential solution to California's long-term water problems.
Yet, an hour's drive north of Sacramento on Wednesday, Democratic Rep. John Garamendi and Republican Rep. Doug LaMalfa in a bipartisan display announced a bill to build a new reservoir.
"I hope he'll see beyond the high-speed rail nonsense and beyond the Delta tubes and into the importance of building storage," LaMalfa said.