DALLAS — Oklahoma faces financial obstacles in meeting its water needs over the next 50 years, according to a draft action plan developed by the Oklahoma Water Resources Board.

Drinking water infrastructure will need project financing amounting to $37.9 billion over that period to meet demand, the report said, with another $43 billion for clean water infrastructure projects.

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