If that means the big water districts have to tell their clients to cut back on water use using proven conservation methods and possibly switching to less water-intensive crops then that's a reality we're going to have to live with. And more dams, canals, and pumping projects will just shift the problems from one part of the state to another.
California can survive on the water it has if we stop the insanity.
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