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US Interior Dept Says Mexico To Be Affected By Water Restrictions

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  • A second round of drastic water cuts from the Colorado River is set to hit Arizona, Nevada, and Mexico as climate change-driven drought deepens the water shortage in the Southwest, the Interior Department announced Tuesday. (Bloomberg Law)
    • The cuts, called “water savings contributions,” are coming from Lake Mead and they include a 7% cut in Mexico’s share of the river water.
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  • A second round of drastic water cuts from the Colorado River is set to hit Arizona, Nevada, and Mexico as climate change-driven drought deepens the water shortage in the Southwest, the Interior Department announced Tuesday. (Bloomberg Law)
    • The cuts, called “water savings contributions,” are coming from Lake Mead and they include a 7% cut in Mexico’s share of the river water.