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The Drought Means a Flood of Lawsuits in California

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Mario Arnaudo is manger of the Arnaudo Brothers farm near Tracy in California's central valley. He's a fifth-generation cattle farmer, who bought land in the 1960's — with water rights that were granted before 1914. But two weeks ago, the pumps were turned off and there's no water now in his irrigation canal.

Credits

Guests:
Mario Arnaudo - Arnaudo Brothers Farm, Dan Kelly - Byron Bethany Irrigation District, Eric Garner - Best Best & Krieger - @BBKlaw

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Sáša Woodruff, Andrea Brody