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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California regulators have enacted sweeping mandatory emergency regulations to protect water supplies in the drought-stricken state. The mandatory water savings targets affect hundreds of local water agencies and cities, although it's unclear what punishment those who don't save enough will face. Despite dire warnings, data show little water was conserved in March.

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal law enforcement official says that authorities had an open investigation into one of the two gunmen killed Sunday during an attack in suburban Dallas against a display of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. The official also says investigators are studying contacts made by Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi. The two Americans lived in Phoenix. The Islamic State group said Tuesday that the men were IS "soldiers."

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Bail has been set at $2 million for a man authorities say shot a northern Idaho police officer after his patrol car was stolen. Police in Coeur d'Alene (kohr duh-LAYN') say the officer was shot early Tuesday after checking on a suspicious person in a neighborhood. Sgt. Greg Moore later died of his injuries.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton is calling for an immigration overhaul that includes a path to "full and equal citizenship." Speaking in Las Vegas, Clinton said that position differs "with everybody on the Republican side." She charged that GOP rivals calling only for legal status for immigrants are using "code for second-class status.

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Ride-hailing company Uber says it is pulling out of Kansas after the Republican-dominated Legislature overruled GOP Gov. Sam Brownback and imposed new regulations on such services. Uber says the action will result in "the loss of hundreds of jobs, safe rides and transportation choice." Some lawmakers are calling for parties from all sides to meet Wednesday for negotiations on regulations.

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