Obama Administration Won’t Let Arizona Town Fix Water System Unless They Use Horses

Tombstone, Arizona is located in a desert. As such, water supplies for the historic frontier town are pretty important. A lot of Tombstone’s water comes from water infrastructure located on federally-managed park land, as has been the case for roughly a century. Recently, though, forest fires and inclement weather has destroyed or damaged a lot of that infrastructure and local officials want the federal government to let them go in and repair it.

But the federal government won’t let them do it…unless they use horses and hand tools



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