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Drought has been on the top of people’s minds in Arizona, with Gov. Doug Ducey (R) announcing in late February a new state agency to identify and develop new long-term sources of water, while federal lawmakers with water and agriculture stakeholders also held a roundtable to discuss the drought issue plaguing the state.

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A policy brief released by the Property and Environment Research Center, a free market environmental group, is advocating for Tribes to be able to opt in or out of water marketing.

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While the Colorado River Water Users Association held its annual meeting in Las Vegas to mull over the future of the Colorado River, leaders from the Lower Basin states of Nevada, Arizona and California agreed to voluntarily cut back their allocation from the river in an effort to stave off mandatory cutbacks. 

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We desperately need a heavy, wet winter this next year in the West. A district judge has ordered the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to revise its recovery plan for the Mexican gray wolf, ruling the agency must produce a new draft within six months and a final plan no later than a year.

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A coalition of governors’ representatives from states that rely on the Colorado River sent a letter to the secretary of the interior, pushing back on a proposal to build the Lake Powell Pipeline in Utah.