Colorado Governor Enacts Legislation to Protect and Preserve Colorado’s Water Resources
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Colorado Governor Bill Ritter signed a package of water-related bills during the 2008 regular session. Together, the bills help in protecting and conserving Colorado’s waters, while allowing development to continue. The key legislative issues addressed include responsible growth, conservation, and measures to preserve the state’s water and protect against drought. This article discusses some of the more salient legislation.
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