Fifty percent of the state's water flows to the Pacific Ocean. Another 40 percent is used for agriculture. But it's average residents who are being forced to cut back.
Supreme Court's First Opinion in an Argued Case Resolves Water Dispute Between Mississippi and Tennessee
The Chief Justice has assumed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's role as the fastest opinion writer.
The West needs markets in water, not allocations based on political considerations.
If Californians are serious about "environmental justice," they need to find ways to pump more water into the state's remarkable infrastructure systems.
A controversial rule on water pollution allowed the agency to micromanage private land use.
Heavy Rainfall Is Easing California's Drought Crisis. A Free Market in Water Would Actually Solve the Problem.
Q&A with Reed Watson of the Property and Environment Research Center
How government created an artificial shortage of our most essential resource.