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A 2013 photo shows the "bathtub ring," a high water mark on Lake Mead near Boulder City, Nevada. Tension among U.S. states that rely on the Colorado River escalated into a public feud when an Arizona water provider was accused of manipulating the level of Lake Mead amid a prolonged drought. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson, File)

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The Colorado River, which supplies water to croplands and 40 million people in the Southwest, is projected to hit a historic low mark within two years, forcing mandatory cuts to deliveries in Arizona, Nevada and Mexico.

By Luke Runyon/KUNC via Cronkite News September 11, 2018
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Arizona water officials committed Thursday to reach a multi-state plan by the end of the year to stave off Colorado River water shortages, or at least lessen the impact.

By Felicia Fonseca/Associated Press July 10, 2018
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Reservoirs along the Colorado River are projected to be less than half full by summer’s end, potentially marking a historic low mark for the river system that supplies water to seven U.S. states and Mexico.

By Luke Runyon/KUNC via Cronkite News June 26, 2018
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Tension over the drought-stressed Colorado River escalated into a public feud when four U.S. states accused Arizona’s largest water provider of manipulating supply and demand, potentially threatening millions of people in the United States and Mexico who rely on the river.

By Dan Elliot/Associated Press April 24, 2018
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