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SoCal has enough water for 3 years, but you should still conserve




A running faucet sends about two gallons of water down the drain every minute.
A running faucet sends about two gallons of water down the drain every minute.
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L.A.'s Metropolitan Water District announced last week that it has enough water to cover people's needs for the next three years.

But that doesn't mean you can start taking longer showers.

Take Two chats with Newsha Ajami, director of Urban Water Policy with Stanford University's Water in the West, about how saving water should be a regular part of life in California whether there is or isn't a drought.