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Reclamation closes spigot for farmers in parched Calif.

The Obama administration said today it was zeroing out water deliveries this year for some California farmers whose irrigation supplies come from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. Facing a prolonged and withering drought, farmers both north and south of the delta will receive no water from the Central Valley Project, and municipal and industrial customers will receive 50 percent of their normal supplies, the Department of Reclamation said.

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