"Today, law enforcement in Orem has enshrined itself as the laughing stock of our country by prosecuting a 70-year-old great-grandmother...
...for not watering her lawn."
Drag out the principle of subsidarity, and we discover that whether one waters his lawn or not is a question best answered at the family level, or at most the neighborhood level. Certainly not the city level.
If I had my way, watering lawns would be discouraged in polite society. (I mean watering them with water. Don't be crude.)