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How Will California Water Shortage Affect Water Utilities’ Municipal Bonds?

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Fri, 29 Aug 2014

Key Points California’s water shortage has prompted rationing and redoubled conservation efforts. While most water utilities in the state have sufficient water supplies in storage, usage restrictions could reduce their revenue if they can’t raise rates. Still, we don’t believe the restrictions will

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