Arizona Legislature Defied Voters To Change The Heritage Fund

Arizona voters approved Proposition 200 in 1990 with the belief that it would annually divert up to $20 million of Arizona State Lottery revenue to create and maintain two natural Heritage Funds, one administered by the State Parks Board, the other by the Game & Fish Commission. But since then, the Arizona Legislature has made …

Public Land Grazing Was Increased During Ongoing Megadrought

Government agencies have quietly distributed large subsidies that increased livestock grazing on public land in the Desert Southwest during the ongoing long-term megadrought.

Arizona Legislature Diverted Prop. 303 Money To Ranchers

Arizona voters passed Proposition 303 in 1998 to fund the Growing Smarter Act with the belief that it would provide $20 million a year for communities and nonprofits to buy state land to preserve it as natural open space. But very few of the voters knew that the Arizona Legislature had secretly included a clause …

Arizona Game & Fish Department Helping Wildlife That Go Moo

The money raised from the annual Arizona Big Game Super Raffle of hunt permit-tags donated to hunting groups by the Arizona Game & Fish Commission is required by law to be used for wildlife habitat improvements. But some of the money is being spent to subsidize ranchers who are permitted to graze cattle on public …

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