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Sen Shope and Rep Pratt help ensure economic growth in Pinal County through smart water management

Arizona Legislature

Sen. T. J. Shope, R-8


Rep. Frank Pratt, R-8


Press Release


Thursday, February 4, 2021


Senator Shope and Representative Pratt help ensure economic growth in Pinal County through smart water management

(Phoenix, State Capitol) --- The Arizona House of Representatives today passed SB 1274, a bill harnessing smart water management to drive economic development and housing availability in Pinal County. This follows passage of the bill by the Senate on Wednesday.

A product of several years of discussions, the bill sponsored by Senator T.J. Shope implements locally driven solutions to encourage smart and efficient residential development. "I am proud to sponsor this bill as it is critical to Pinal County's economy," said Senator Shope. 'This will conserve water while protecting the county's continued growth, and it allows people in cities and towns great flexibility to protect their community."

"This legislation is the product of a lot of hard work on the part of many local, county and state leaders,” said Representative Frank Pratt. “I strongly support it and am pleased that we’re able to help continue the responsible growth underway in Pinal County and, potentially, other areas of the State.”

With strong bipartisan support, the bill is now headed to the Governor for his signature.


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Feb 05, 2021

Perhaps another favorable accomplishment. But Election Integrity is the only thing that matters right now. There must be an independent full forensic audit conducted by the Arizona Legislature. Without Free and Fair Elections, there is no freedom!


Feb 04, 2021

All I want to hear is what you are doing to investigate and then disseminate the facts of election misconduct in Maricopa County in the 2020 election. How many dead people? Voters who do not live here? Fake addresses? Standard for signature verifcation? We have a right to know what happened and would it have affected the outcome so we can fix it.

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