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Few Answers to Worsening Water Crisis in Kansas

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There are few things more vital than water. Water sustains life. And in an agricultural state like Kansas, it also sustains the economy. But across the state, concerns are growing, concerns about potential shortages in some areas and problems with water quality in others. Jim McLean, of the KHI News Service, has this overview.

The series of stories about Kansas water issues written by freelance reporter Sarah Green can be found on KHI News Service websites. Here are direct links to two of them: People Here Drink the Water All the Time and Clear Drinking Water for Southeast Kansas Essential but Costly.
Click here to find all of Sarah Green's reports on water.

Worsening Water Crisis in Kansas


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