The Colorado River supplies water to 40 million people throughout the west but its once-mighty flow is shrinking due to a megadrought. Some western farmers and regional officials are concerned about the possibility of “water speculation” igniting a new round of conflict in a time of changing climate. Ben Tracy reports.
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Title: Wall Street investment firms buy up rights to scarce water throughout the West
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