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New program to pay water users to take less from drought-stricken Colorado River
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New program to pay water users to take less from drought-stricken Colorado River

A new approach to keeping more water in Lake Mead and Lake Powell.

Farmers, cities and power plant operators could soon be paid to cut their use of the Colorado River under a new interstate program aimed at keeping more water in Lake Mead and Lake Powell.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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