New from Neighboring States for May 6, 2018: The 2014 Sacramento Valley water bond in California included a novel funding approach designed to take at least some of the politicking out of deciding which projects get public money.

The Sites Valley, which would be inundated by the proposed Sites Reservoir near Maxwell, Calif. /Max Whittaker / Max Whittaker/Prime

Separating water and politics isn’t easy in California

New Mexico: Intel announces support for water conservation work

After years of booming development, Denver’s slot home crackdown comes too late for some neighborhoods

Is an obscure school funding tool pushing a trend of one-time bonuses for Utah teachers?

Man who oversees country’s biggest banks lives in Las Vegas

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