It's a case about the cost of evaporated water. Or, if you prefer, a case about the cost of literally nothing. But in one of the earliest disputes to be heard in the term that begins next week, the Lone Star State is taking its complaint over a bill for disappearing Pecos River water to the U.S. Supreme Court. Tony Mauro reports . . .
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