"...it's extraordinary collaboration. It's extraordinary in terms of its scope and scale and the fact that people are staying at the table and working together."
Governor: We're not going to allow bills that get in the way of the 1980 Act or take away from the work of the people that have come before in protecting AZ's water.
Governor Ducey vetoes SB1268 & SB1400, stating that the certainty and sustainability of Arizona water is a top priority.
A public briefing has been scheduled to inform water-users statewide about the complex challenges the region may face in coming years
SB1268 and SB1400, which weaken Arizona's groundwater management efforts, head to the Governor's desk
Two bills give the governor a choice: erode AZ's historic efforts at water management or sustain the progress Arizona has made
Water experts, including AMWUA, say the bills will weaken groundwater protection and threaten AZ's reputation for smart water management
A Court of Appeals panel will determine whether the state erred in its ruling that there is enough water for development
AZ, CA & NV are making progress in negotiating an agreement for all three states to share in water cutbacks in order to stave off a more severe shortage
AZ, CA & NV are working toward an agreement to proactively take reductions in Colorado River water deliveries to avoid deeper future cuts