Steep water cuts are coming for the U.S. Southwest as Colorado River shrinks and Lake Mead's level plummets

Boaters cross the Arizona-California border on the Colorado River. States, water managers and tribes are negotiating drastic water cuts as the Colorado River dries up. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images)
Boaters cross the Arizona-California border on the Colorado River. States, water managers and tribes are negotiating drastic water cuts as the Colorado River dries up. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images)

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