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May 30, 2014 5:42 PM

California orders hundreds of water users in San Joaquin Valley to stop drawing from rivers and streams

Responding to the drought, California officials ordered another round of sweeping water diversion cuts Friday, this time affecting more than 1,600 junior water rights holders in the San Joaquin River watershed.

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