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Mon, July 06

Drought issues continue to challenge state lawmakers

Queen Creek is negotiating to buy the rights to about 2,000 acre feet of Colorado River water that belongs to a farming operation there. In essence, the company that owns the property would agree to stop farming and develop the land for uses that could be fulfilled with local water supplies. File photo

Queen Creek is negotiating to buy the rights to about 2,000 acre feet of Colorado River water that belongs to a farming operation there. In essence, the company that owns the property would agree to stop farming and develop the land for uses that could be fulfilled with local water supplies. File photo

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