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California's Water Supply: On Shaky Grounds?

Reporter Derrick Shore visits the Bay Delta in Northern California, a vital water source and lifeline for much of the state. In the event of a catastrophic earthquake, what would happen to the Delta and surrounding areas? Some say nothing. Others disagree greatly. Shore speaks with experts and locals for more on this important water supply issue.
 

Featuring Interviews With:

  • Jeffrey Mount, senior fellow, Pubic Policy Institute of California
  • Jeffrey Kightlinger, general manager, Metropolitan Water District
  • Chris Austin, journalist, Maven's Notebook
  • Rudy Mussi, farmer
  • Chris Neudeck, civil engineer

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