The Clean Water Management Trust Fund and the Parks and Recreation Trust Fund boards, along with four others, were the subject of litigation, which was resolved in late 2018. However, there is still some ongoing uncertainty regarding the appointments to these two boards. Legislation is needed to bring the boards into compliance with those court decisions.
House Bill 14, co-sponsored by Representatives McGrady, Torbett, Ross, and Harrison, will permanently fix the constitutional defects.
Tell your Representative to support House Bill 14 so that the Clean Water Management Trust Fund and Parks and Recreation Trust Fund can continue to fund critical land and water conservation work across our state.