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Subject: California Approved $500 Fines for Wasting Water
Date: Wed Jul 16 12:54:54 MDT 2014

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July 16, 2014

California Approves $500 Fines for Wasting Water

In the midst of one of its worst droughts in decades, the State Water Resources Control Board has ordered cities to impose mandatory restrictions on outdoor watering. PLUS: The more water people save, the more money utilities are losing. Drought-plagued regions are searching for a solution.


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