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Can Texas stop its taps running dry?

A windmill on the land of Bodie Means, 68, near Valentine, Texas. The Davis Mountain Range is in the background. Image: Brian Lehmann / Circle of Blue

Keith Schneider

Senior Editor and Chief Correspondent, Circle of Blue

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