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The leaders of Colorado River basin states are asking Congress to approve the newly adopted drought contingency plan that they admit is not a long-term solution to a dryer future and less water in the river. (U.S. Forest Service photo)

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While the passing of the Drought Contingency Plan by the Arizona legislature before the deadline was a step in the right direction for states utilizing the Colorado River and Lake Mead, this doesn’t mean that we have reached a long-term solution that addresses the fundamental issues at play.

By Defend Our Future April 4, 2019
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The leaders of Colorado River basin states are asking Congress to approve the newly adopted drought contingency plan that they admit is not a long-term solution to a dryer future and less water in the river.

By Howard Fischer, for the Miner March 19, 2019

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