Serial No. 103-64: Central Arizona Project, Oversight Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Natural Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session on the Central Arizona Project, Hearing Held in Phoenix, AZ, December 10, 1993   [open pdf - 104MB]

This is the December 10, 1993 hearing on "Central Arizona Project" held before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Natural Resources, House of Representatives. From the opening statement of George Miller: 'Our charge is really no more than that and no less than that. That doesn't mean that charge is without controversy. It doesn't mean that charge is without emotion. But as I look across this room and I see many familiar faces in this room who have been around the great water issues of the West for many, many, many years, I think it is also fair to say that we all understand that not only have these projects changed in terms of our perception and our intentions, and the purposes, but so has the West changed with regard to these projects. Arizona is a far different State today than people envisioned when they first started thinking and talking about the Central Arizona Project, as is my own State, when people first started to create and to build the Central Valley Project of California." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Ed Pastor, on Jon Kyl, Sam Coppersmith, Bob Stump, Dennis DeConcini, James Duffus III, Robert W. Johnson, George Miller, Mark DeMichele, Rita P. Pearson, Samuel Goddard, Rob Smith, C.L. "Bill" Scott, Robert A. O'Leary, Thomas R. White, Mary Ann Antone, Daniel Preston, Dale Pontius, and Roger S. Manning, executive director, Arizona Municipal Water Users Association.

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