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H.R. 23, the “Gaining Responsibility on Water Act” or GROW Act, introduced by Rep. David Valadao (R-CA), addresses underlying federal policy, regulatory and administrative failures that have contributed to the mismanagement of water supplies across the West. The GROW Act includes both short and long-term provisions aimed at restoring water reliability and certainty to cities and farms in California and across the West. The bill includes seven titles that provide solutions to expand water storage, improve infrastructure, protect privately-held water rights, and create more abundant and reliable water resources to benefit both communities and the environment. The GROW Act gives federal agencies the tools they need to help safeguard communities from the arduous effects of future droughts.  

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