Rules to boost the domestic economy now apply to broadband and water equipment. Delays and higher costs can be part of the trade-off.
Amid regional efforts to conserve the Colorado River's flow, the U.S. government argues it has no duty to enforce Navajo water rights.
Growers agreed to a plan that requires all irrigators to reduce their water use over time, instead of using a senior water rights strategy.
Some tribes have been waiting on the funding for decades. They'll put it toward shoring up water infrastructure on their reservations.
As water becomes increasingly scarce, buying futures contracts may help businesses reliant on water keep prices down.