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We Report You Decide (Getting Soaked?) #882990

FNC Evening News for Friday, Sep 08, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Report on canal leaking water into Mexico introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: Jonathan Hunt) All American Canal which runs along border between Calexico, California an Mexicali, Mexico said leaking millions of gallons of water into Mexico. United States plans to fix leak reported to deprive Mexican farmers of water needed for irrigation. [Citizens for United Resources Malissa MCKEITH – says will take farm worker jobs away from Mexico leading to additional migration to United States.] [Imperial Irrigation District Elston GRUBAUGH – says they are not entitled to water because the canal is in the United States.] Federal appeals Court said now to have issued emergency injunction halting the lining of the canal until case can be heard.

Gallagher, Trace;
Hunt, Jonathan

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