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How is climate change impacting water in Arizona cities?

The federal government is sending billions of dollars to farms, cities, and tribes to help cut back on demand for water from the Colorado River, which is shrinking due to climate change. It set aside $157 million to pay cities in Arizona that offered to leave water in the nation’s largest reservoir. KUNC’s Alex Hager reports for the Mountain West News Bureau.

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