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The Impact of Governor Newsom’s Proposed Budget on Water Projects

On January 10, 2024, Governor Newsom announced his 2024-2025 State budget proposal for $291 billion with a $37.9 billion proposed deficit. For water projects, the proposal is remarkably similar to his proposal from last year. The main differences as compared to last year’s proposal are bigger cuts (to many of the same areas cut last year) and less funding for new projects.

Governor Newsom seeks to address the $37.9 billion budget shortfall (which is substantially lower than the Legislative Analyst Office’s $68 billion projection from last month) through a variety of ...

Newsom Releases Final Water Resilience Portfolio Outlining California State Water Priorities

Governor Gavin Newsom recently released the final version of the Water Resilience Portfolio, which identifies 142 specific state actions to be taken in order to help build a climate-resilient water system for California in the face of climate change. The Water Resilience Portfolio is meant to serve as the Newsom Administration’s blueprint for helping the State adapt to impacts of climate change on its water, including more extreme droughts and floods, rising temperatures, declining fish populations, over-reliance on groundwater and other challenges.

In April 2019, Governor ...

Nossaman Adds More Water Leaders!

Congratulations to Nossaman Water Law Associate Tara Paul who recently completed the Water Education Foundation's (WEF) 2019 Water Leaders program!  Tara joins an impressive list of Water Leaders alumni from Nossaman including Alfred Smith, Gina Nicholls, and Nate Solov.  We are also pleased to announce that Water Law Associate Willis Hon has been accepted to the 2020 Water Leaders class!

The William R. Gianelli Water Leaders Class is California's premiere water leadership program aimed at early to mid-career, up-and-coming community leaders from diverse backgrounds ...

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