Bond Pushed to Address Water Crisis Amid California’s Drought

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The much-needed rain that fell in Southern California recently was long overdue, but was not enough to ease the state’s severe drought.

State legislators and water leaders met Friday to discuss ways to deal with the deepening crisis.

Some officials have pushed for a new bond that would fund building more water recycling or desalination plants. It may appear on the November ballot.

Courtney Friel reports from El Segundo for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014.