California’s rural poor hit hardest as massive drought makes remaining water toxic

July 9, 2015 | General RCAP News

From the Washington Post:

California’s rural poor hit hardest as massive drought makes remaining water toxic

"For many Californians, the state’s long drought has meant small inconveniences such as shorter showers and restrictions on watering lawns. But in two rural valleys, the Coachella southeast of Los Angeles and the San Joaquin to the north, farmworkers and other poor residents are feeling its impact in a far more serious and personal way."

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