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The rest of California is stealing our bay water, says report

You turn your back on a giant estuary for a minute and look what happens Where would we all be without the bay? Well, not here, that’s for sure: It’s quite literally the defining characteristic of all of our diverse communities. Which is why it’s downright annoying to learn that, gallon by gallon, the rest of the state is gradually robbing us of it. The situation is much more complex than that, of course.
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