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Expert Sources

Taking from the Taxpayers: Expert Sources

February 10, 2005

These experts on water law are familiar with EWG's report and are prepared to comment to the news media.

Hamilton Candee
Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco

(415) 875-6100
hcandee@nrdc.org

Hal Candee, a senior attorney with NRDC's Western Water Project, has been working for two decades to reform California water policy. Currently he is closely monitoring the contract renewal negotiations between the Bureau of Reclamation and CVP water districts.


John Leshy,
University of California, Hastings College of Law

(415) 565-4726
leshyj@uchastings.edu

Leshy is Harry D. Sunderland Distinguished Professor of Real Property Law at Hastings College of Law. In 1993 President Clinton appointed him to be Solicitor (General Counsel) of the Interior Department where, following Senate confirmation, he served under Secretary Bruce Babbitt until the end of the Administration, the second longest tenure of any Solicitor in the Department's 155 year history.


Lloyd G. Carter
Save Our Streams

(559) 304-5412

As a journalist in the 1980s, Lloyd Carter reported extensively on the environmental disaster caused by CVP runoff to the Kesterson National Wildlife Refuge. He is a former lecturer in water law at San Joaquin College of Law in Fresno and a well-known local advocate.