December 26, 2008--Isgar puts college merger, water issues on slate for Legislature (Cortez Journal)

Isgar is known as the go-to senator on water issues, and he plans to push two difficult water bills in 2009. The first would allow "produced water" from coalbed methane wells to be put to a beneficial use. Currently, it's injected back into the ground because it has been too tricky to figure out who owns the water and whether its removal has harmed senior water rights owners. His second water bill would make it legal for people in rural areas to use the rain and snow they collect on their roofs.

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