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
Arizona has been negotiating with Nevada and California to put together a suite of actions, the next incremental step in protecting lake levels.
Department of Water Resources staff met with Willcox residents to hear their concerns about water supplies and to provide an opportunity to develop potential solutions
Arizona's water future will depend on grassroots pressure on politicians to do the right thing.
To allow SB1268 & SB1400 to become law would materially and severely damage AZ's reputation and leadership in common-sense water management.
Ferris: The two bills will cause business and industries to question the state's commitment to water security.
Bill would dismantle law ensuring AZ doesn't exhaust its water supply, for the short term benefit of a California developer