Lake Mead’s low water level prompts feds to consider declaration of Colorado River water shortage

The nation’s largest reservoir is at only 37% of its capacity. That water flows downstream to customers in Nevada, Arizona and California, all of which face potential delivery cutbacks. Ben Tracy reports. Each weekday morning, “CBS This Morning” co-hosts Gayle…

Lake Mead's low water level prompts feds to consider declaration of Colorado River water shortage

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The nation’s largest reservoir is at only 37% of its capacity. That water flows downstream to customers in Nevada, Arizona and California, all of which face potential delivery cutbacks. Ben Tracy reports.

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