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Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
The central problem with water allocation in North Carolina is that the historically ample water supply makes it difficult to see the importance of proactive measures to guard against future shortages. The state uses water like a person who has no budget spends money. The only legal limit on using water, outside the capacity use area, is a vague requirement to "be reasonable."