Chiricahua National Monument and the Yanawant landscape will receive investments to improve water use efficiency, protect wildlife, and reduce wildfire risk.
Should the legislation pass the US House and make its way to the President’s desk, it will almost certainly be vetoed.
“If you love swimming in polluted creeks, this ruling is for you.”
The Biden administration has invested billions into improving mental health care in the United States.
Arizona has taken on the bulk of the conservation efforts, with over half of the 1 trillion gallons of water saved in the plan coming from the state.
In exchange for using less water, municipalities will receive federal funding from the Inflation Reduction Act to develop long-term water system efficiencies.
The program will build on the $2.5 billion already allocated to prevent homelessness under the administration’s American Rescue Plan.
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