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March 16, 2013 12:00 AM

U.S., Canada to reconsider treaty governing Columbia River

The treaty created a massive system of dams for flood control and electricity for the Northwest, but changing weather now might mean fewer fish and might damage the river’s ability to feed the turbines that have produced billions of dollars’ worth of hydropower for both nations.

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