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Southern States Battle over Water Rights, Sue U.S.

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Southern States Battle over Water Rights, Sue U.S.

Southern States Battle over Water Rights, Sue U.S.

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Florida, Alabama, and Georgia have been fighting over the use of water from the Chattahoocee River for the past 14 years with no resolution. Now all three states are in court suing the Army Corps of Engineers over how the water is being managed. Melanie Peeples reports.

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