Denise Smith blames excessive water use by Paso Robles vineyards for her dry well.
It's picking time for wine vineyards in the Central California community of Paso Robles, and the farmers are bringing in a rich harvest. As vineyards proliferate around this farm town halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, residential wells are starting to go dry. Some are calling the plight of Paso Robles a good example of what's wrong with California's unregulated groundwater supply. Reporter: Chris Richard
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