Groups urge full reading of plan
Opponents and proponents continue to push one primary message about the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement: Read it for yourself.
The water settlement allocates water resources in the Klamath River Basin, settling long-standing issues between tribes, fisheries, irrigators and environmentalists. It also advocates removal of four PacifiCorp dams.
The 256-page document was released to the public a little more than a week ago, ending two-and-a-half years of closed-door meetings.