Trouble for Colorado?

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Trouble for Colorado?

State may be asked to share supply with southern neighbors as Lake Mead water supply runs short
A “bathtub ring” shows the high water mark on Lake Mead near Boulder City, Nevada, in 2013. As water in the lake continues to drop, the Bureau of Reclamation is warning that it might have to draw on water from the Colorado River to supply downstream users.
Gov. John Hickenlooper fishes in the Cache la Poudre River in Larimer County.
An angler makes his way along the Colorado River in the late afternoon in early August near Parshall, despite the sign asking for cooperation with a “voluntary fishing closure” between 2 p.m. and midnight because water conditions have severely stressed fish.

Trouble for Colorado?

A “bathtub ring” shows the high water mark on Lake Mead near Boulder City, Nevada, in 2013. As water in the lake continues to drop, the Bureau of Reclamation is warning that it might have to draw on water from the Colorado River to supply downstream users.
Gov. John Hickenlooper fishes in the Cache la Poudre River in Larimer County.
An angler makes his way along the Colorado River in the late afternoon in early August near Parshall, despite the sign asking for cooperation with a “voluntary fishing closure” between 2 p.m. and midnight because water conditions have severely stressed fish.
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