The Fresno Bee says dropping reservoir levels across the state are leading to struggles over water set aside via the Central Valley Project, a federally-run network of reservoirs, pumping plants and canals.
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Farmers and lawmakers of both parties are urging the Interior Department not to redirect the water.
The Bureau of Reclamation is set to announce its initial water allocations in late February.