New submitter GordonShure.com writes: The State of California has made an unprecedented move by uniformly restricting water supplies across the entire state as demand outstrips supply. Farms are most affected, though food prices aren’t anticipated to rise in any hurry: imports from out of state continue apace. Notably, this is a problem Silicon Valley hasn’t much helped to solve. Will this move induce meaningful modernization upon the infrastructure supporting the state’s thirty-eight million residents? Or will things continue to be corn, corn, corn for the time being?
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