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Texas A&M Law Review
In Texas, water is on everyone's minds. Between a raging drought, an expanding oil and gas industry, and a whirring media machine, Texans find themselves in great conflict on how to maintain a tradition and a booming industry while conserving the very resource that allows their presence in the first place: water. Water has become an important part of oil and gas exploration, and this fact has kept it well within the reach of those who lease the mineral interests. Texas law promotes suchdoi:10.37419/lr.v2.i1.3 fatcat:bmnbi74hzzhwpljnhbspsqah7y