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Yesterday, the United States Eastern District Court of California ruled against two water districts that requested a temporary restraining order to prevent 88,000 acre-feet of water from being flushed into the Pacific Ocean. The San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority (SLDMWA) and Westlands Water District (WWD) filed the request for a temporary restraining order (TRO) following an announcement by the Bureau of Reclamation to release water from Trinity Reservoir to protect Klamath River salmon.

Jeff Janas

There are many steps an employer can take to reduce its workers compensation premium costs.  For example, safety training educates workers avoid potential accidents and injuries. Worksite inspections help identify hazardous conditions that need to be corrected. There are other actions that a business can undertake that will also significantly decrease premium costs

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