Feds Consider Klamath Basin Complaint
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the Klamath Water and Power Authority (KWAPA) join forces on a number of water projects. Now the federal agency that evaluates whistleblower complaints says there's cause to investigate how KWAPA spent tens of millions in federal funding.
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility--PEER--announced that a whistleblower says money meant for fish conservation went to irrigators instead, and millions may have been wasted.
The whistleblower, Keith Schultz, and PEER Senior Counsel Paul Dinerstein join us.