Funding Texas Water Supply

In some parts of Texas the water supply is dwindling, if not disappearing. Now, state officials are grappling with how to come up with a permanent source of funding for a multi-billion dollar plan to provide drinking…
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Next month, Texans will go to the polls to decide whether to help the state get part of the way there. If Proposition 2 on the ballot passes, the Texas Water Development Board, the state’s water-planning agency, will be authorized to lend $6 billion via a bond fund dedicated to building and fixing water infrastructure.

Many of the state’s business heavyweights have lined up behind the

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No Clouds No Seeding

While some people are merely praying for rain, weather modification meteorologists and pilots are trying to coax a little more water from the clouds.

For more than 30 years, weather modification programs across Texas have been giving potential rain clouds that extra nudge to make more rain fall to the ground through cloud seeding.
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