Riverside Press-Enterprise this a.m.:
Schwarzenegger vetoed two Inland lawmakers' bills dealing with drinking-water contamination and advertising for Riverside Plaza.
The drinking-water legislation, by state Sen. Nell Soto, D-Pomona, is tied to state efforts to identify safe levels of perchlorate in Inland and other areas water supplies.
The bill would have required require the state Department of Health Services to consider the effects on human health when weighing whether to adopt a drinking-water standard that is higher than a public-health goal.
The bill in question is SB 187, which actually would have applied to constituents going beyond perchlorate. See bull text and analysis here. In any event, as noted the bill was vetoed.