August 1999
Inside Tucson Business;08/30/99, Vol. 9 Issue 23, p2
Focuses on the impact of Prop. 200, a proposed legislation for recharging CAP water by the Citizens Alliance for Water Security (CAWS) in Tucson, Arizona. Launch of an advertising campaign in favor of Prop. 200; View of CAWS spokesperson on the issue; Effect of the legal loopholes in the proposition to the voters.


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