Spring is coming, and with it, California’s rainy season will end. For the fourth consecutive year, the rains have been scarce, and the drought continues. The first to be affected by the lack of water are farm workers. Governor Jerry Brown announced last year a packet of aid that gave millions of dollars to help those affected by the drought with food and rental assistance. It’s estimated that thousands of families have benefited, but many still need help, and the funds are about to disappear. Our reporter Juan Santiago has more from Madera, California, one of the counties most affected by the drought.
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