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Water crisis looms over Southwest as Colorado River dries up

A water crisis is unfolding in the nation's Southwest, as the Colorado River begins to dry up, the result of overconsumption, climate change and drought. Theodore Cooke, general manager of the Central Arizona Project, the state's largest renewable water supply, spoke to CBS News about what this could mean for the region moving forward.
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