While 40 million Californians suffer through unprecedented drought, one billionaire couple owns a massive share of the state's water system, largely seized in a series of secretive meetings two decades ago. That system was largely paid for by the very taxpayers whose water these billionaires hold hostage.
The majority owners, the Resnicks, are worth at least 8 billion. We dug into how Lynda and Stewart Resnick were able to seize control of what should be a shared public resource with @SecondThought on this latest episode of "How They Got Rich" by The Class Room at More Perfect Union. -----