AirTalk for May 6, 2015

The State Water Resources Control Board unanimously approved Governor Brown’s executive order for cities to cut water use by 25%. Also, 75% of 10th-graders in LAUSD schools could be denied their diplomas, because they didn’t meet the district's plan to prepare students for four-year colleges. Then, a bill that failed in Sacramento yesterday sought to authorize roadside drug tests to help police officers identify high drivers.
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