May 31, 2016
Arizona Department of Water Resources Director Thomas Buschatzke, right, told a Senate panel that it’s no longer enough to have a gentleman’s agreement on water between states. Photo/Emily Zentner,Cronkite News
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Officials: potential drought problems require collaboration between Colorado River basin states
WASHINGTON - Arizona officials said May 17 it is time to end the gentleman's agreement currently governing states' use of water from Lake Mead and instead put tougher restrictions into law.