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NO on SB 307. SB 307 Puts A Reliable Water Supply At Risk. SB 307 directly targets the Cadiz Water Project, a public- private partnership that would conserve 50,000 acre-feet of water a year that is now evaporating in the Mojave Desert and deliver it across Southern California, where it could serve up to 400,000 people a year.
NO on SB 307
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Water districts, government organizations and organizations representing labor, business and community interests oppose SB 307 – a bill that undermines CEQA, ignores local control, and threatens reliable water supplies and critical infrastructure.

List of SB 307 Opponents


  1. Anaheim Chamber of Commerce
  2. Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA)
  3. BizFed – Los Angeles County Business Federation
  4. Building Industry Association (BIA) of San Diego
  5. Building Industry Association of Southern California (BIASC)
  6. Cadiz Inc.
  7. California Association of Mutual Water Companies (CalMutuals)
  8. California Building Industry Association (CBIA)
  9. California Chamber of Commerce
  10. California Groundwater Coalition (CGC)
  11. California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  12. California Special Districts Association (CSDA)
  13. Choice Drilling of Twentynine Palms *
  14. City of Mission Viejo
  15. East Orange County Water District
  16. El Toro Water District
  17. Engineering Contractors Association (ECA)
  18. Greater Irvine Chamber of Commerce
  19. Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce
  20. Groundwater Resources Association of California (GRA)
  21. The Hispanic 100 *
  22. Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP)
  23. Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA)
  24. International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 12 *
  25. Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA)/SCDCL
  26. Laguna Beach County Water District *
  27. League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
  28. Limoneira Company
  29. Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
  30. Municipal Water District of Orange County
  31. Orange County Business Council
  32. Orange County Taxpayers Association
  33. Otay Water District
  34. San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership
  35. Santa Margarita Water District
  36. South Orange County Economic Coalition
  37. Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)
  38. Southern California Partnership for Jobs
  39. Southern California Water Coalition
  40. Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, Orange County
  41. Three Valleys Municipal Water District *
  42. Torrance Chamber of Commerce
  43. Twentynine Palms Water District
  44. Valley Industry Commerce Association (VICA)
  45. Yorba Linda Water District