Governor Ducey Vetoes SB 1268 and SB 1400

The Arizona hydrological community is breathing a collective sigh of relief today.

Citing a need to ensure the “certainty and sustainability” of Arizona water supplies, Governor Ducey just vetoed two bills that would have cleared the way for a proposed Sierra Vista development, threatened flows in the San Pedro River, and allowed developers to roll back the requirement for a favorable determination of physical, legal, and continuous water availability.

You can read / download Governor Ducey’s veto letter here.

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