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A mountain biker rides through dry vegetation in the Santa Monica Mountains in the Topanga area of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Brian Melley)

(Bloomberg) — California regulators approved rules that for the first time require mandatory water reductions across the state as a historic drought gripping the region enters its fourth year and conservation efforts fall short of targets.

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