Concerns are that current bills would give state domain over virtually all water usage in Arizona. These bills have the potential to fundamentally erode the ability of citizens, county, and local governments to manage their own water resources. And what about the avalanche of new un-funded mandates to envelop state and local governments.
Should state government have the ability to drive up costs to grow crops, provide water to cities, operate and maintain water storage and delivery facilities, produce energy (including renewable power,) build and maintain public transportation systems, deliver affordable goods and services to consumers and carry out virtually any activity that occurs on the land without state agencies constantly threatening to interfere.
Is it possible that the Governor’s plan would virtually impact every business or job-creating activity in the state negatively?
Tell Ducey NO to metering your well and quit the power grab.