Calif drought: Brown admin stick with strict conservation targets, despite court ruling

Mercury News: Gov. Jerry Brown is sticking to his statewide mandatory water conservation targets, his administration said Tuesday, even as a new appeals court ruling limits the ability of cities and water districts to hit people with punishing rates to encourage them to save water. "The court's decision is bad," said Michael Lauffer, chief counsel at the State Water Resources Control Board in Sacramento of the Monday ruling by an Orange County appellate court. "It's going to frustrate some local agencies' abilities......

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