Wes Strickland 
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Re: “States Redrawn As 48 Watersheds

There is a long history of suggestions that we should set up states in this manner. If water resources are the only policy issue you are interested in, perhaps this makes sense. But what about every other physical, demographic or historical feature of our geography and citizenry, why should those be ignored in favor of water? And would this approach even improve water management? Would local citizens govern water well, or would this just facilitate their promotion of their own self-interest? Has anyone thought it would be a good idea to divide states by oil and gas resources, or by mineral or timber resources? This doesn't seem like a necessary or particularly well thought out policy choice.

Posted by Wes Strickland on 11/20/2013 at 3:19 PM

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