Mexicans are dealing with the same drought as their northern neighbors, but with less water

PRI: Ruth Valenzuela lifts a plastic sheet off the top of a small water barrel on her tiny back patio. She fills it up -- along with the washing machine when possible -- on the rare days that her taps flow. She says the family has running water maybe two days a week. And when there is water, it’s usually just a trickle, not even enough for a shower. Valenzuela lives in the port city of Ensenada in the Mexican state of Baja California. It’s a fast-growing place that’s popular with tourists and American......

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