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California's definitive problem is the shortage of water — brought to public consciousness by a third year of diminished rainfall and new battles in the ongoing water war.

New Battles in California's Water Wars

California's definitive problem is the shortage of water — brought to public consciousness by a third year of diminished rainfall and new battles in the ongoing water war.

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Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist won power and fame by getting Republicans to sign a pledge to never vote for a tax increase.

A Green Political Agenda for City Elections

Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist won power and fame by getting Republicans to sign a pledge to never vote for a tax increase.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Los Angeles' mandatory water conservation restrictions began today. They include  limits on sprinkler watering  and reductions in Angelinos'  bi-monthly water allotments .

Los Angeles' New Water Restrictions Begin Today

Los Angeles' mandatory water conservation restrictions began today. They include limits on sprinkler watering and reductions in Angelinos' bi-monthly water allotments .

from Which Way, L.A.?

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