Georgia Drought It's been five years of dry weather in the state of Georgia. In some parts of the state it would take 50 inches of rain to make up for the deficit. NPR's Kathy Lohr reports the state is now taking steps to conserve water, but there's some disagreement about who should cut back.
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It's been five years of dry weather in the state of Georgia. In some parts of the state it would take 50 inches of rain to make up for the deficit. NPR's Kathy Lohr reports the state is now taking steps to conserve water, but there's some disagreement about who should cut back.