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New water supplies, technology missing from drought regulations

James Palen, SAN DIEGO DAILY TRANSCRIPT

Thursday, June 4, 2015

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A report released in May by the National University System Institute for Policy Research concluded that on average, the water restrictions are unlikely to have a regionwide economic impact.
But Craig Kessler, director of governmental affairs for the Southern California Golf Association, said pockets of industries could be hurt simply by where they're located. He said the golf industry is an example.