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Let's conserve water as if the drought never ended — because it might not have

To the editor: Residents of Southern California live mostly in deserts or semi-deserts, and nature cares little about out water needs. The greatest concern related to the possibility of another drought should be over our dried-up memory of the last one. (“Amid record heat and dry conditions, fears...
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