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June 23, 2014 8:54 PM

Big fines could be imposed on those who don’t stop diverting river water

Few of the 7,910 landowners who were ordered last month to stop diverting water from California’s rivers have complied. So the state is proposing to “put some teeth” into its emergency drought regulations.

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