California drought restrictions lead to enforcement. Will it be right?

California drought restrictions lead to enforcement. Will it be right?

Water boards have installed flow restrictors on the homes of the region’s wealthiest residents because of the use of too much water

From working-class neighborhoods to Malibu’s celebrities, residents in the Los Angeles area get a visit from what is essentially the water police, as California is in a near-constant state of drought.

Six million Southern California residents face the toughest water restrictions in the country. And because of the patchwork of different agencies overseeing different areas, that means different rules for everyone, sometimes even neighbors who live across the street from each other.

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