The Only Shot We’ve Got to Defeat Prop 6

Check out our op-ed printed in Sunday’s San Antonio Express-News opposite the op-ed by House Speaker Joe Straus: Here’s our Nix 6 Op-ed:  http://www.mysanantonio.com/opinion/commentary/article/Measure-is-a-grab-bag-for-special-interests-4904278.php Here’s Joe’s.  NOTE:  he tells you what the fund is for — wasteful reservoirs (50% evaporation rates) and moving groundwater (draining rural aquifers for the growth lobby):  http://www.mysanantonio.com/opinion/commentary/article/San-Antonio-s-water-future-Prop-6-will-ensure-4904281.php Here’s Terri Hall’s op-ed– […]

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Nix Prop 6 Media Bonzanza Reached 1 Million Texans!

Luckily Texas media still likes to cover a good fight.  They did on Monday, big time.  Nix Prop 6ers probably reached 1 million Texans! Some of this coverage is now on our “Nix Prop 6” page under the “October 14th Media Bonanza!” here:  http://www.indytexans.com/vote-no-on-prop-6/ The proponents of Prop Six are starting to come out of […]

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Water Heating Up on Prop 6 – Vote NO!

The water is heating up on Prop 6 and the Governor’s special interest pals. Isn’t it fun to make Perry jump in to defend his Prop 6? Check out this KTRH report today in Houston, where 1/3 of the voters likely to vote in this election reside:  http://www.ktrh.com/articles/houston-news-121300/texans-willing-to-spend-rainy-day-11706171/ We are calling out the troops to […]

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Hays County Commission Covets Thy Neighbor’s Water – with a little bit of help from their tricky friends in Bastrop/Lee Counties

So much for cooperation in finding win-win solutions to urban-rural needs to make sure all Texans have a sustainable and affordable supply of water. Hays County has sunk to a new low in the competition for who can deplete a finite supply of water the fastest.  They have, this week, inked a contract with water […]

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Reminder: Hearing in Milano, Sept. 11th!

Please consider attending the hearing tomorrow in Milano at 5:30 pm on the plan to allow the exportation of 25,000 acre-feet of groundwater per year from underlying the ALCOA property.  For background info click here. Hearing starts at 5:30 pm tomorrow, Tuesday, September 11, in Milano. We are getting calls from landowners who are already alarmed […]

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