Water & Drought

April 2, 2015 8:01 PM

California agriculture, largely spared in new water restrictions, wields huge clout

The unprecedented new rules California Gov. Jerry Brown ordered largely left agriculture alone. Farmers argue they have already suffered intensely from the drought. Critics say political clout is protecting the industry.

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