The drought is about to impact your shower as state legislators just approved big reductions in the flow of water allowed from all shower heads and bathroom faucets in California, the Los Angeles Times reports. Starting in July, the current maximum of 2.5 gallons per minute from a shower head will be reduced to two gallons a minute and will fall even more to 1.8 gallons by July 2018. That number is lower than in any other state.

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