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Years of drought and the federal rules protecting endangered fish have made a lot of heart by California.
So much so.
Farms will lose 100%.
Of their irrigation water allocation from the states.
Leaving the nation's salad bowl and -- You can grow anything without war but what are situation is awful right now it's we've never had a zero allocation in our history we've been around since 1950s you.
And in on landing fields and even longer unemployment lines according to the university in California more than 5000 jobs.
In this central valley doesn't get its water banks are already denying credit too many established farms and -- -- If you don't have an answer and it does that maker.
You know the comfort to know that you have.
Solid water you deliveries.
-- -- -- Next -- environmental regulations requiring millions of gallons of water.
He diverted to protect the tiny delta smelt.
Arguing Washington is putting fish above family.
No reason we need to choose.
The environment or farming at the expense of the other great groups claim the smelt are critical to the ecosystem.
And further depleting the State's main water source game changing the drinking water supply for all of Southern California.
If we allow the delta to become polluted or two.
Lose the the or or for their health of that ecosystem to collapse we lose the supply of water for 23 people not just farmers.
-- analysts add that citizens need to do their part as well but it's.
Up lawns in favor of drought resistant plants or replacing sprinklers with expensive drip systems is a tough sell in this economy.
And there's no help coming from Sacramento.
Already dealing with the 42 billion dollar budget deficit.
Lawmakers say a water bill won't get done before next year.
In Los Angeles Anita Vogel Fox News.
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