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This year marks 100 years since seven states signed an agreement to divide the waters of the Colorado River, called the Colorado River Compact. One of the failings the original drafters of this agreement was who it left out — Native American tribes. Even today, tribes struggle to fully secure water rights in the river’s basin, as highlighted in explainer video from The Associated Press.

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