LOS ANGELES -- The San Diego County Water Authority plans today to price a $300 million certificate of participation issue following a recent credit rating uppgrade despite uncertainty over various water supply issues in California.

State and local officials continue to grapple with ways to ensure a reliable water supply for California's growing population, and the state's five-year drought has magnified debate over the issue.

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