Arizona Legislature Enacts Planning Requirements for Water Providers
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After a sustained effort, the Arizona Legislature enacted new planning requirements for community water systems throughout the state as part of the regular legislative session that concluded earlier this summer. House Bill 2277, introduced by State Representative Tom O’Halleran (R-Dist. 1) survived coordinated attacks by private property rights advocates, but will take effect on August 12, 2005, though in weaker form than originally proposed.
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