As Jerry Brown enters the final months of his second go-around as Governor, the status of his two legacy projects — the twin tunnels and high-speed rail — is reminiscent of when he left office the first time.

CALmatters columnist Dan Walters looks back to 1982, when Brown’s original second-term wound down. His dreams of a statewide water delivery system and a train connecting northern and southern California never materialized.

Fast forward to today, where the Governor’s very similar legacy projects once again face an uncertain future.

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