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As drought lets up, California faces new water struggles

AFTER FIVE LONG YEARS, IT APPEARS California’s drought is finally letting up. Thanks to a recent string of storms, more than a third of the state has now welcomed healthy precipitation, and California’s snowpack—a crucial source of water as

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