A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles last week. A new report says that the drought is unlikely to have a significant economic impact. That could change if the drought drags on, it said.
A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles last week. A new report says that the drought is unlikely to have a significant economic impact. That could change if the drought drags on, it said. Nick Ut The Associated Press
A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles last week. A new report says that the drought is unlikely to have a significant economic impact. That could change if the drought drags on, it said. Nick Ut The Associated Press
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Drought unlikely to harm California’s economy in short term, analyst says

April 14, 2015 03:06 PM

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