The Texas Water Journal published a commentary in the Volume 10, Number 1, 2019 issue titled “86th Texas State Legislature: Summaries of Water-related Legislative Action” by Ken Kramer, Christopher Mullins, Dean Robbins, Stacey Allison Steinbach, Leah Martinsson, Trent Hightower, and Perry L. Fowler.
The article consists of commentary from five organizations that work closely with the Texas Legislature were invited by the Texas Water Journal to provide their take on the changes to Texas water policy and law that were made during the 2019 session. The organizations included are the Sierra Club, Lone Star Chapter and Save Our Springs Alliance; Texas Water Conservation Association; Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts; Texas Rural Water Association; and Texas Water Infrastructure Network.
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