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Why Texas Might Try to Redraw Its Border, and How it Might Start Another Water Fight

Lake Texoma

Oklahoma and Texas have a long history of squabbling over the 540-mile border that divides the two states. The boundary generally follows the path of the Red River, the focal point in the recent U.S. Supreme Court water battle over a 1980 interstate water-sharing agreement, which Oklahoma won. But the line separating the two states [...]

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