In delivering his second Inaugural Address today, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey told the audience at the State Capitol that the time has come to “press forward on some of the biggest challenges facing us.”
“Because none of us came here to do little things — we came here to do the things that matter, big things — and we can do them together.”
Among those big things the Governor identified was securing the State’s water future. Specifically, Governor Ducey called on lawmakers and stakeholders to take action on protecting the State’s Colorado River water supplies.
“We cannot kick the can any further,” he said.
Governor Ducey’s comments on Arizona water security, in full:
Our duty is to leave this state in far better shape than we found it — and we are well on our way.
These are the tasks before us. And if there’s any question of how…
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