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What state does the Colorado River run through?

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It flows out of Colorado to join the Green River in Utah and then into Arizona, through the Grand Canyon and then turns south to form the border with Nevada and California, enters Mexico and enters the Pacific Ocean at the Sea of Cortez.
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