The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California on Tuesday approved a plan for sharing Colorado River delivery cuts if a shortage is declared on the drought-depleted river. The vote by the district, which imports water to the Southland, represents another step in a years-long attempt to forge a shortage agreement among the seven states that depend on the Colorado for drinking and irrigation supplies.
- Associated Press: Southern California officials OK Colorado River drought plan
- Arizona Daily Sun: Gov. Ducey outlines caveats for drought plan