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Prop 1 water bond passes: Now what?




Louvers at the Skinner Fish Facility in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta divert most fish away from pumps that lift water into the California Aqueduct. Decades of fights among government and water agencies, environmentalists and farmers, in courtrooms and conference rooms have culminated in the Bay Delta Plan, which will soon be open to public debate.
Louvers at the Skinner Fish Facility in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta divert most fish away from pumps that lift water into the California Aqueduct. Decades of fights among government and water agencies, environmentalists and farmers, in courtrooms and conference rooms have culminated in the Bay Delta Plan, which will soon be open to public debate.
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California voters passed Proposition 1 with 66 percent approval. 

The measure allows the state to take out a loan of $7.5 billion to shore up California's water supplies and get it ready for the next drought.

So how long until water officials do something with the money?

KPCC's Molly Peterson joins Take Two to talk about what happens next.