Colorado River Water Shifted to San Diego

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After eight years of negotiation, a portion of the Colorado River that used to flow into the farms of California's Imperial Valley is now finding its way to San Diego. The historic water transfer is helping to pacify the river's many users. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.



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