Texas Water District Wants New Hearing on Oklahoma Water

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    Tim Graham
    Water drips from a domestic tap, United Kingdom

    Officials in north Texas want a new hearing to determine whether they can buy water in southeastern Oklahoma.

    The Tarrant Regional Water District late Wednesday asked a federal appeals court to reconsider their lawsuit that claims Oklahoma water laws are unconstitutional.

    Earlier this month, a three-judge panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously affirmed a federal judge's dismissal of the district's suit against the Oklahoma Water Resources Board.

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    The Tarrant water district serves more than 1.7 million people in 11 counties in rapidly growing north Texas.

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