"The Politics of Water": A Panel Discussed Hosted by KJZZ


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The Politics of Water LIVE EVENT A Panel Discussion with Mark Brodie

On Wednesday, May 22 at 6 p.m. KJZZ News is hosting a panel discussion called "The Politics of Water" as part of their ongoing coverage of water in Arizona.

This conversation, moderated by The Show's Mark Brodie, will explore the politics of water: the stakeholders involved, and the conflicts and cooperation that exist throughout all levels of government, as Arizona contends with historic drought and concerns about the state's water supply.

This discussion with experts is part of KJZZ's Every Last Drop series, tackling big questions about Arizona's water future. Panelists include Bruce Hallin, Special Advisor to the Director, the Arizona Department of Water Resources; Stefanie Smallhouse, president of the Arizona Farm Bureau; Warren Tenney, executive director of the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association; and Cora Tso, senior research fellow in Tribal Water Policy at the Kyl Center for Water Policy.

The panel forum will include the opportunity for audience questions.

More information will be provided to those who register for the event by clicking the link below.

This event is in partnership with Walton Family Foundation.

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  • Location

    Rio Salado Conference Center

  • Address

    2323 W. 14th St., Tempe, AZ 85281