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January 5, 2014 10:00 PM

Outrage in Owens Valley a century after L.A. began taking its water

By now, the story seems old. A young city, thirsty for water, deploys wealth, cunning and power to divert a river from a distant valley, safeguarding its future at the expense of others.

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