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A must read for anyone who wants to understand how water is used in the U.S., what's wrong with how it's used, and what to do about it.
Decent information but too biased towards a left leaning perspective. In a more perfect world we could all just trust the government to regulate fairly and never favor the influential and wealthy over the common man but that's just not how it works. We already live in a highly regulated world and yet look at the condition of our water, food, etc.
The so called free-market isn't the answer either of course, but some kind of balance has to be found where the answer is not simply focusing on private wells, and whether or not the neighbors water their lawn. It's the developers and politicians that gave us lawns in the desert to begin with, let's not allow the focus to be shifted away from them, those that first profited from putting those lawns there.
The author's basic solution is more of the same of what we already have and I just can't see where that's the right answer.