The continuing water woes in California have officials looking for ways to improve the state's water infrastructure.
One idea that's been on the table for years is a pair of underground tunnels to carry water under the delicate Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. But with a $25 billion price tag, it's bound to be a hard sell for California voters.
So water districts around the state are floating the idea of raising property taxes to fund the project without a public vote. To tell us more, Paul Rogers of KQED Science and the San Jose Mercury News joins Take Two.