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It's very clear, drought regs are here to stay




File: A vehicle raises a large dust cloud as it drives on a parched farm field in Los Banos, California.
File: A vehicle raises a large dust cloud as it drives on a parched farm field in Los Banos, California.
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Drought regulations in California are here to stay, thanks to an executive order by Governor Jerry Brown.

While the state has done a good job of conserving water, 90 percent of California is still in a drought. For more on Governor Brown's plan, Take Two spoke to Mark Cowin, director of the California Department of Water Resources. 

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