By Lois Wolk
The Legislature will return to Sacramento in January and will immediately face a trio of questions about water.
Can California break the gridlock and move forward on investing in a sustainable water supply for our future?
Can legislators from every region of the state come together on an affordable plan that benefits everyone?
Can we find common ground on the highest priority solutions that support local and regional self-reliance while we avoid the expensive and controversial large-scale boondoggles that voters will reject?