The Sacramento Bee reports:
“Gerald Meral (Gov. Brown’s former top water official) sent a letter to legislators on Sunday urging that they approve ameasure but place it on the 2016 ballot.
“Meral said he anticipates that Dino Cortopassi, a wealthy Delta farmer and tomato processor, would spend heavily to defeat any such measure.”
Cortopassi has been runing a series of opinion ads in this paper.
And it appears he’s making a dent in the debate. Or in the politics. Bravo.