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California Drought News: Water opinions split; DiFi takes heat; that lime's gonna cost you



A new report quantifies the hit shoppers are likely to take because of the drought.
A new report quantifies the hit shoppers are likely to take because of the drought.
Courtesy of UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

Today's installment of "Drought News" drills into what Golden Staters are thinking about the dry spell and the impact it might have on their wallets.

There was also broad agreement that agricultural users could drain less water. A clear majority of the state, 54 percent to 30 percent, said farms could conserve water “without creating real hardships” by switching to crops that require less water or using water more efficiently. (Sacramento Bee)