Parched farms, cities bailed out

Parched farms, cities bailed out

There are 2 comments on the Daily Democrat story from Mar 2, 2010, titled Parched farms, cities bailed out. In it, Daily Democrat reports that:

More water will be allocated to California's drought-stricken farms and cities this year, thanks to improved rain and snow levels, federal and state regulators said Friday.

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Independant Voter

San Rafael, CA

#1 Mar 2, 2010
This is why voters need to start "PAYING ATTENTION" to who they are voting for. Americans can't afford to vote into office a bunch of knuckle-heads who really don't know to run or at this point to fix our economy....NO MORE MOVIE STARS! Do your home work on the candidate you plan to vote for and if he/she doesn't qualify then check the next candidate. DOESN’T VOTE BLIND ANY MORE IT'S ONLY SCREWING UP OUR STATE! PLEASE DON'T VOTE IN A "PROGESSIVE".
Bill Smith

Charleston, SC

#2 Mar 2, 2010
If voting did any good, it would be illegal.

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