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Water policy news from M&A
News highlights from our July 2014 issue of the Arizona Water Policy Update
The prospect of a shortage on the Colorado River continues to dominate Arizona water issues this month, and Lake Mead is predicted to hit a record low level later this week.
The California Department of Public Health announced the nation’s first drinking water standard for hexavalent chromium At 10 parts per billion (ppb) — one-tenth of the current federal standard for total chromium — it may portend EPA’s anticipated new standard.
A Maricopa County Superior Court overturned ADWR’s decision to grant an adequate water supply for a large, proposed development because of concerns about the impacts of groundwater pumping on the San Pedro River. This decision furthers the confusion over the legal relationship between groundwater and surface water in Arizona.
Arizona’s senators introduced federal legislation to settle competing water rights claims of the Hualapai Tribe and non-Indian users in the Bill Williams watershed.
To learn more about the Arizona Water Policy Update, click here.