In December 2015, the Association of California Water Agencies, the California State Association of Counties, and the League of California Cities filed a constitutional amendment with the Attorney General’s office.
In recent times, there have been some negative headlines for a handful of Public-Private Partnerships, commonly known as “P3” projects.
With the future of the drought uncertain, many water utilities are left short on revenue and wondering what to do.
Colorado’s first year with legalized marijuana saw tax receipts of $70 million—more than collected for alcohol. Now California is moving in the same direction.