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Significant progress has been made toward the completion of the 2016 regional water plans. Freese and Nichols is helping to develop an Initially Prepared Plan (IPP) for eight of the 16 regional water planning areas (RWPAs). The IPP is a draft version of a region’s water plan that is reviewed by the public and Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) once it is submitted to TWDB by May 1, 2015. After a comment period, the regional water planning groups (RWPG) within each RWPA vote to adopt the final regional plans, which then get combined by TWDB into the 2017 State Water Plan.

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An op-ed in last week's Fort Worth Star-Telegram, written by concerned individuals and organizations from across Texas, sends a clear message to our legislators:

“The 83rd Legislature has a real shot at helping protect us from drought by making a one-time investment in our State Water Plan. But less than six weeks remain in the legislative session, and consensus has not emerged. Without consensus, the future of our state’s water supply – arguably the most

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An op-ed in today's Fort Worth Star-Telegram, written by concerned individuals and organizations from across Texas, sends a clear message to our legislators:

“The 83rd Legislature has a real shot at helping protect us from drought by making a one-time investment in our State Water Plan. But less than six weeks remain in the legislative session, and consensus has not emerged. Without consensus, the future of our state’s water supply –

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H2O4TEXAS has released What Every Texan Should Know About Our State Water Plan, a single-page handout which explains the Water Plan, the benefits of implementation, and the costs of inaction. H2O4TEXAS encourages free distribution of the document to any who are interested in learning more.

Click here to view the handout.

Freese and Nichols is a sponsor of the ​H2O4TEXAS Coalition, which was created to increase...

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