In the midst of their historic drought, Californian voters will go to the polls tomorrow and be asked to say yea or nay to Proposition One — a bond measure that would allow the state to borrow $7.5 billion to spend on water projects.
Governor Jerry Brown is pushing the measure and reminding everyone who will listen that it's been half a century since the construction of the California Water Project, which was championed by his father, Governor Pat Brown.
The governor says California needs Prop One to "stay strong," but a provision that would set aside funds for new dams is drawing fire from some environmentalists and economists. From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Dan Brekke of KQED reports.
This segment aired on November 3, 2014.