Do-or-Die Talks Reach Deal to Keep Colorado River From Going Dry, for Now

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The Biden administration has negotiated a historic agreement among California, Arizona and Nevada to take less water from the drought-strained Colorado River, a deal that reduces, for now, the risk of the river running dry below the Hoover Dam, which would jeopardize the water supply for Phoenix, Los Angeles and some of America’s most productive agricultural land.

The agreement, to be announced Monday, calls for the federal government to pay about $1.2 billion to irrigation districts,…

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