Pam Vierra and her husband Lawrence live too far from town to hook into a municipal water system, and their well is going dry.
The new rules to regulate California's groundwater supply will take years to implement. But in the meantime, as many as 1.5 million Californians rely on domestic groundwater wells for drinking water -- and some of them need help now, because those wells are starting to go dry. Drilling new wells may be their only option, and it's expensive. Reporter: Sasha Khokha