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Published: Sunday, Feb. 3 2013 12:00 a.m. MST

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one old man
Ogden, UT

The biggest question is: Where Will The Water Come From To Fill Anything?

A much better solution might be to look for ways to limit unchecked population growth and waste of water in desert areas.

procuradorfiscal
Tooele, UT

Re: "A much better solution might be to look for ways to limit unchecked population growth and waste of water in desert areas."

Don't worry. That's surely coming.

This regime intends to force people to do all kinds of things they don't want to do -- China-style limiting of families, and living where the government wants us to, rather than where we want to, is certainly on the liberal agenda.

Swiss
Price, Utah

Yes, lets let the water evaporate from Lake Mead which we can see. Put it in the air and hope it falls before leaving Arizona.
That is much better idea than recharging under ground acquifers in Utah and Arizona as postulated by the writer.

Corn Dog
New York, NY

The goal of these people is to drain Lake Powell.They are less concerned about saving water or who might be affected or how they might be affected when the lake is drained.

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