CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 26, 2009
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(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) Tough new rules to restrict water usage in drought-stricken California featured; scenes shown; details given about the impact on San Joaquin Valley farmers, the protection of the delta smelt fish, the import of more produce & the explosion of water pipes on days when watering is allowed. [Department of water & power drought buster David JONES - talks about the violations.] [Wheat farmer Todd ALLEN- says he laid-off five.] [Food & Water Watch Elanor STARMER- cites the contaminants in foreign produce.]
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