What David Garcia and Doug Ducey could’ve said (but didn’t) about our looming water shortage

If water levels drop enough at Lake Mead, the federal government will declare a shortage and Nevada and Arizona will face dramatic cuts in supply./ProPublica

 

By Joanna Allhands | The Arizona Republic

(Editor’s note:Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.) Opinion: Arizona’s governor candidates offered lip service during their second debate but few specifics to suggest they truly understand our water challenges.

Thank you, Christopher Conover.

The Arizona Public Media reporter asked an excellently pointed question on Arizona’s water supply during Tuesday’s second gubernatorial debate, putting the spotlight on a major issue that has gotten too little attention during this campaign.

He noted that Tucson paid people to rip out their grass to help save water and asked whether the candidates would support a statewide law to do the same.

Well, you can guess what happened.

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