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With a possible vote next year to legalize marijuana for recreational use, farmers are emerging from the shadows to have their voices heard. They're hiring lobbyists and even taking elected officials on fact-finding tours.
If a crippling drought isn't enough, California also suffers from a housing shortage. Nearly 40 million people live here, with more on the way, raising questions about the water needed to support them.