Arizona to regain sovereignty over lands, air, water, minerals, wildlife
Bill: HCR 2004 (PDF)
Sponsored by Reps Crandell and Barton, but defeated in the Nov. 6, 2012 election, HCR2004 (Arizona Declaration of State Sovereignty Amendment, Proposition 120 ) is a legislatively referred ballot initiative to amend the state constitution to assert Arizona’s sovereign jurisdiction over state lands, water, air, minerals, and wildlife. Citizens of Arizona will vote on the amendment in November 2012. If approved by the voters of Arizona, the measure would let Arizona manage its natural resources without deferring to a federal agency.
Also: “Arizona Declaration of State Sovereignty Amendment, Proposition 120 (2012)”
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