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July 20, 2014 — Colorado River must go with a better flow [By TICK SEGERBLOM] — RJ.com

July 20, 2014 — Coalition forms to manage California's groundwater — LA Times

July 15, 2014 — Water official: Vegas not running dry — A new week has brought another record low to Lake Mead, but the man in charge of the Las Vegas Valley’s water supply doesn’t sound worried. Though the reservoir is falling, said Southern Nevada Water Authority chief John Entsminger, the sky isn’t — RJ.comView Slide Show

July 14, 2014 — Arizona Enlists a Beetle in Its Campaign for Water — LEES FERRY, Ariz. — In this corner of America known for its vast landscapes, rugged mountains and deep river canyons, signs of the havoc created by the minuscule tamarisk beetle are everywhere — NyTimes.com

July 09, 2014 — Nevada Division of Water Resources to hold “listening sessions“ across Nevada . . . to provide information to the public on water related issues in Nevada and, more importantly, to listen to any and all comments, suggestions and questions from the public about water related issues — State of Nevada

July 08, 2014 — Sandoval, other governors tell feds to leave water business alone — RJ.com

July 08, 2014— Water levels at Lake Mead drop to new low, officials say — Drought in the southwestern U.S. will deplete the vast Lake Mead this week to levels not seen since Hoover Dam was completed and the reservoir on the Colorado River was filled in the 1930s, federal water managers said Tuesday — AP

July 08, 2014 — Press Release: Tick Segerblom, Nevada State SenatorDrought Drains Lake Mead to Lowest Level as Nevada Senator Calls for Government Audit — State of Nevada:
Commentary — Gary Wockner, Save The Colorado River Campaign

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