Will Texas Follow California in Water Woes?
Measures taken by California Gov. Jerry Brown to cut water use to deal with prolonged drought have Texans looking to possible future wrangling over regulation and to environmental litigation.
Measures taken by California Gov. Jerry Brown to cut water use to deal with a prolonged drought have Texans looking to possible future wrangling over regulation and to environmental litigation. Texas lacks California's interconnected system, but its region-based approach may lead to increased disputes as dry areas look to wet areas for relief. (Austin American-Statesman)
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