California Water Rights NPR's Andy Bowers reports on a new law in California requiring new, large housing developments to plan to have adequate water before being built. Critics say it's an anti-development law, and it gives too much power to the municipal water districts that will decide who has enough water to build.

California Water Rights

California Water Rights

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NPR's Andy Bowers reports on a new law in California requiring new, large housing developments to plan to have adequate water before being built. Critics say it's an anti-development law, and it gives too much power to the municipal water districts that will decide who has enough water to build.