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Colorado River Water Supply

Lorne Matalon of PRI's "The World" reports lengthy drought and population growth on both sides of the border may be putting impossible demands on the Colorado River's water supply.

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Water flows into Mexico at San Luis Rio Colorado through a gap in the border fence

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