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As the severe drought continues in California, the state’s water authority is now actively imposing fines on people who waste any of the wet stuff.

Water Cops and Drought Shaming

As the severe drought continues in California, the state’s water authority is now actively imposing fines on people who waste any of the wet stuff.

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