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Where's the money and the plan that will save the Salton Sea?

After more than a decade of frustrating fits and starts, it appears the Salton Sea may yet be saved. In July, California budgeted $80.5 million to build canals and artificial wetlands along the lake’s receding shoreline, and in September, the federal government announced a $30-million commitment...
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