Briefly: Even water-rich Indiana may not have enough H20 for microchip making

The New York Times reports that Indiana residents are raising alarms about the state’s plans to lure microchip makers to the state, citing the potential damage to aquifers as a result of the large-scale water development such tech plants require.

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