The Metropolitan Water District, which supplies about half Southern California's water, has announced a 15% reduction. The water wholesaler promises "stiff surcharges" on 26 cities or local agencies that go over their limits. We talk to the MWD's General Manager about what that could mean. We also hear about a pending court decision that could prevent cities and water districts from encouraging conservation by charging higher rates to people who use more water.
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