League of Independent Voters of Texas

Dear Friends: (having trouble viewing this click here.)

Do you really want to see masses of water moved from East Texas to San Antonio, DFW or Austin, to fuel unbridled and unaffordable in-migration population growth or bottling plants that ship our water out across the US for profit? Then ignore this message.

Rep. Lyle Larson's Water Grid Bill -- HB 3298 (and it's companion in the Senate, SB 1907) is in the House Calendars Committee. Remember, Calendars decides when the bill is released to the House floor for a full vote. If passed, then it goes to the Senate.

We still need your help to stop HB 3298.

Read this fact sheet on HB 3298. Note the groups working together to stop it. Then call the Calendars Committee members. Simply tell them you oppose HB 3298 and want to see Texas focus on maximizing water conservation first -- and pursuing a longterm solution to our water problems -- desalination.

Click here for the House Calendars Committee

Note: On this Calendars Committee page we set up for you, if you click on each member's city, it will open into a map their district. We have provided this for you to see if you know folks who live in those districts. If so, please call them and ask them to call their representative. Hearing from their own constituents is ten times as valuable as hearing from someone outside their district.

We also have lists of folks you can call in those districts. Be on Saturday's 9 am conference call if you want to volunteer or just call us. Reply for Saturday's conference call instructions if you don't have them already.

You might read this excellent op-ed on HB 3298 by Ken Kramer, Sierra Club's well-respected water expert.

You can comment on and share this message from here. Thank you Texas!

Independently yours,

League of Independent Voters of Texas
PO Box 651 * Bastrop, TX 78602
512-213-4511 * 512-657-2089 cell

P.S. Mama said there'd be days like this, so keep up the good fight and spread the word we want leadership not special interest hogs at our water troughs.