River Robbery 

Wading into the murky depths of illegal water diversions

Imagine a stream. Cool, clear water dances over rocks smoothed by time. Pond skaters skim the sunlight-flecked surface. Dragonflies flit between clumps of grass. Birds chirp in the trees overhead. And under the water, tiny endangered salmon -- coho, Chinook, steelhead --…

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