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Sean Hannity's Visit to California's Man-Made Drought
Posted by Committee Staff on September 18, 2009
FOX News' Sean Hannity broadcast his show live last night from the San Joaquin Valley, site of California's man-made drought. Hannity was joined by members of Congress, celebrities, Gov. Schwarzenegger, and thousands of struggling farmers.  

This crisis will soon affect all Americans because the valley produces a massive amount of our country’s food supply. However, Democrats in Congress and the Administration could fix this problem by taking action to restore the pumps to their full operating capacity. Watch the clips below as citizens plead for help in the Valley Hope Forgot.

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