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Sean Hannity to Broadcast Live from the Site of California's Man-Made Drought
Posted by Committee Staff on September 14, 2009
The fight to end to the man-made California drought and bring water back to the San Joaquin Valley will continue this Thursday as Sean Hannity of FOX News is set to broadcast from a fallowed field on the Westside of Fresno County.

Just last year, before the Bureau of Reclamation cut off the water, the San Joaquin Valley was ripe with fruits and vegetables.   Now it sits barren along with approximately 500,000 other acres in the area that have left nearly 40,000 people unemployed.

Please tune in to Hannity this Thursday, or stop by if you’re in the area, as we continue to spread the word about the man-made travesty taking place in California’s San Joaquin Valley.

Click here to watch Hannity’s previous man-made drought story.

Who: You, Sean Hannity and thousands of others
What: Live Broadcast of FOX News’ Hannity
When: Thursday, September 17, 2009 6:00 pm PDT
Where: A fallowed field eight miles West of Lemoore Naval Air Station on Highway 198

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