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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Report introduced.
(Denver, Colorado: Barry Serafin) Pol. controversy over marketing of water rights in the American West featured; scenes shown from Denver, Colorado. [Environment Defense Fund's Dan LEUCKE - calls water a "holy grail."] [Bus. consultant Tim MONAGHAN - discusses pols. of water in Denver.] Deal in which Colorado farmers have sold future water rights to town of Thorton, Colorado, discussed. [Farmer Manuel PINEDA - explains why he sold water rights.] [MONAGHAN - says it is chaotic situation.] [Water broker Craig HARRISON - says water is a commodity to be marketed.] Environmental Protection Agency recalled vetoing plan to dam South Platte River
- Koppel, Ted;
- Serafin, Barry
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