Briefly: As Arizona bemoans water cutbacks, its cities tap banked underground water to cope

NPR reports that the City of Tucson looks much as it does every summer. Though Arizona’s large farms have taken major cuts in their Colorado River water use, cities such as Tucson are relying on an underground water bank they created years ago in anticipation of the current drought-driven crisis.

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