From the Denver Post, Bruce Finley:
Federal authorities say a long-planned project to divert more western Colorado water to growing Front Range suburbs may cause "significant degradation" of already deteriorating ecosystems along the upper Colorado River.
An Environmental Protection Agency review of data used in planning the project found mathematical errors and a downplaying of "critical adverse impacts" from the $270 million project, which Colorado leaders consider crucial for millions of residents.
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