By Tom Wright May 14, 2021 Updated May 14, 2021 The latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau was revealing to New Mexico. We only grew 2.8 percent… Read More
In 2008, the Federal Bureau of Reclamation and irrigation districts in Las Cruces, New Mexico and El Paso signed a new agreement to share water during droughts. But soon after, New Mexico sued Texas, claiming it was losing too much water under the deal. Then in 2013, Texas filed its own lawsuit, saying New Mexico was allowing its residents to overpump groundwater connected to the river. This is the case that’s headed to the Supreme Court on January 8.