Wade Goodwyn Reports That In West Texas,

one of the worst droughts in recent memory is threatening Edward's Aquifer, which supplies drinking water to more than a million people. The water is also crucial for the region's farmland. In the last few months, the Aquifer's water level has dropped 30 feet, starting a battle among the western farmers, the city of San Antonio and small towns to the east.

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