Central Texas Water Fight Could Have Statewide Implications
A dispute over permitting in the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District may foreshadow fights the rest of the state could soon face as crippling drought conditions persist.
The Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District on May 15 heard from a coalition of residents and businesses opposed to new water permitting. The dispute, some say, foreshadows fights the rest of the state will face in the future. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.
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