Southern California weighs in on Jerry Brown’s water plan

Weather, terrain, culture, beach sandal-to-hiking boot ratio — there are plenty of things to distinguish the north state from Southern California. Add to that list where congressional delegations stand on Gov. Jerry Brown’s divisive plan to construct a massive new water delivery system.

The Bay Delta Conservation Plan builds on a familiar dynamic: water from the rainier north goes to quench the thirst of the more heavily populated south. So it should come as no surprise that members of Congress representing the two halves of California have distinctly different reactions.

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