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White House officials, Governor Brown discuss drought and climate change




US President Barack Obama speaks during the Democratic Issues Conference February 14, 2014 in Cambridge, Maryland. Obama spoke about goals for Democrats in the US Congress for the coming year.
US President Barack Obama speaks during the Democratic Issues Conference February 14, 2014 in Cambridge, Maryland. Obama spoke about goals for Democrats in the US Congress for the coming year.
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One issue President Obama is expected to raise during his Central Valley stop is the connection between extreme weather events — like the drought — and climate change.

That was also a focus yesterday when White House officials met with Governor Brown and other leaders in Los Angeles to discuss water scarcity and more. The California Report's LA bureau chief Steven Cuevas has details.