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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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Arizona officials call for tightened limits on Lake Mead water use
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.

By Emily Zentner May 31, 2016
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