Members Please Attend this Hearing Tomorrow if you can!
Agendas can be obtained via the Internet at http://www.azleg.state.az.us/CommitteeAgendas.asp
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ARIZONA STATE SENATE
Fifty-first Legislature – First Regular Session
COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT AND ENVIRONMENT
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 TIME: 1:30 P.M.* ROOM: SHR 109
SENATORS: Begay, Hobbs, Crandell, Ward, Farley
Griffin, Chairman and Burges, Vice-Chairman
- Call to Order
- Roll Call
- Norman D. James, Fennemore Craig – ESA Overview of Mexican Gray Wolf
- Jim deVos, Assistant Director for Wildlife Management – Arizona Game and Fish efforts regarding U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Mexican Wolf Program
- Chase Caldwell, Rancher – Overview of the Impact on Ranching
- Steve Clark, Arizona Elk Society – Overview of the Impact on Sportsmen
- Tommie Martin, Eastern Arizona Coalition of Counties – Overview of the Rural County Perspective
- Patrick Bray, Arizona Cattlemen’s Association – Overview of Commenting Process and Resolution
- Public Testimony
* With permission of the President
PDF of above agenda
Announcement of the release of a new book by Dr. Jimmy T (Gunny) LaBaume.
A Handbook for Ranch Managers A Comprehensive Reference Manual for Managing the Working Ranch.
The paperback version is soon to be available at Amazon.com.
The Kindle version is already available. It can be seen here.
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