Parched Southern California puts squeeze on water supplies

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State of Emergency ruling followed by water bill price hikes and new restricted use measures as drought continues to bite

Southern California has imposed price increases on its water supply as it battles ongoing drought conditions in a move that will affect roughly 19m business and residential customers. The Metropolitan...

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