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Utility's Proposal to Help Rice Farmers Faces Pushback

The Lower Colorado River Authority, the utility that controls the water in the Highland Lakes, has come under fire from Central Texans for a proposal to send water downstream to rice farmers, who were cut off earlier this year due to drought conditions.

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The Lower Colorado River Authority, the powerful utility that controls the water in the Highland Lakes, has come under fire from Central Texans for a proposal to send water downstream to rice farmers, who were cut off earlier this year due to drought conditions. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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