Western states chart diverging paths as water shortages in Colorado River loom

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Western states chart diverging paths as water shortages in Colorado River loom

A bathtub ring of light minerals delineates the high water mark in 2020 on Lake Mead at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, near Boulder City, Nev. A plan by Utah could open the door to the state pursuing an expensive pipeline that critics say could further deplete the lake, which is a key indicator of the Colorado River’s health.
Glen Canyon Dam beyond a chainlink fence near Page, Arizona. A plan by Utah could open the door to the state pursuing an expensive pipeline that critics say could further deplete the lake, which is a key indicator of the Colorado River’s health.

Western states chart diverging paths as water shortages in Colorado River loom

A bathtub ring of light minerals delineates the high water mark in 2020 on Lake Mead at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, near Boulder City, Nev. A plan by Utah could open the door to the state pursuing an expensive pipeline that critics say could further deplete the lake, which is a key indicator of the Colorado River’s health.
Glen Canyon Dam beyond a chainlink fence near Page, Arizona. A plan by Utah could open the door to the state pursuing an expensive pipeline that critics say could further deplete the lake, which is a key indicator of the Colorado River’s health.
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